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A Transmission line conductor has been suspended freely from two towers and has taken the form of a catenary that has c = 487.68m. The span between the two towers is 152 m, and the weight of the conductor is 1160 kg/km. Calculate the length of the conductor. 

(A) 487.68 m (B) 152.614 m (C) 5.934 m (D) 11.9 m 

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