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  1. Satyadeo Vyas
    Satyadeo Vyas :
    3 years ago

    Apparent power is vector sum of active and reactive power. Therefore the apparent power will be always more than the reactive power.

  2. Gajendra Pandey
    Gajendra Pandey :
    4 years ago


Related Questions on A.C Fundamentals, Circuits and Circuit Theory

Which of the following refers to a parallel circuit?

A. The current through each element is same

B. The voltage across element is in proportion to it's resistance value

C. The equivalent resistance is greater than any one of the resistors

D. The current through any one element is less than the source current

In any A.C. circuit always

A. Apparent power is more than actual power

B. Reactive power is more than apparent power

C. Actual power is more than reactive power

D. Reactive power is more than actual power