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The phase voltages across a certain load are given as Va = (176 - j132) V, Vb = (-128-j96) V and Vc = (- 160 +j100) V. Compute positive sequence component of voltage. 

(A) 0 (B) 163.24-j35.1 V (C) 50.1-j53.9 V (D) 25.1-j53.9 V 

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