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 In the measurement of power of balanced load by two wattmeter method in a 3-phase circuit, The readings of the wattmeters are 4 kW and 2 kW respectively, the later is being taken after reversing the connections of current coil. the power factor and reactive power of the load is A) 0.2 & 6 kVAR B) 0.2 & 6 √3 kVAR C) 0.32 & 2 kVAR D) 0.32 & 2 √3 kVAR

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 In the measurement of power of balanced load by two wattmeter method in a 3-phase circuit, The readings of the wattmeters are 4 kW and 2 kW respectively, the later is being taken after reversing the connections of current coil. the power factor and reactive power of the load is 0.2 & 6 √3 kVAR

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