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PLEASE LIST OF ALL YOUR STEPS AND SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER FOR CREDIT!!!!! THANKS FOR THE HELP
Two watt-meters connected to read the total power drawn by a balanced three-phase load.
If the two readings are 1000 W and 1000 W, what is the total power drawn by the load?
A.
2000 W
B.
500 W
C.
0 W
D.
1000 W
Solution
Answer is really simple.
For this kind of circuit.
The power consumed by the LOAD can be given by the formula:
Total Power (Watts) = [V31 * I1 * cos (30
.

PLEASE LIST OF ALL YOUR STEPS AND SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER FOR CREDIT!!!!! THANKS FOR THE HELP
Two watt-meters connected to read the total power drawn by a balanced three-phase load.
If the two readings are 1000 W and 1000 W, what is the total power drawn by the load?
A.
2000 W
B.
500 W
C.
0 W
D.
1000 W
Solution
Answer is really simple.
For this kind of circuit.
The power consumed by the LOAD can be given by the formula:
Total Power (Watts) = [V31 * I1 * cos (30
.

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  1. 1. PLEASE LIST OF ALL YOUR STEPS AND SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER FOR CREDIT!!!!! THANKS FOR THE HELP Two watt-meters connected to read the total power drawn by a balanced three-phase load. If the two readings are 1000 W and 1000 W, what is the total power drawn by the load? A. 2000 W B. 500 W C. 0 W D. 1000 W A. 2000 W B. 500 W C. 0 W D. 1000 W Solution Answer is really simple. For this kind of circuit. The power consumed by the LOAD can be given by the formula:
  2. 2. Total Power (Watts) = [V31 * I1 * cos (30

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