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@KuldeepJaidev We have Vr^2+Vl^2=V^2, therefore we can write Vl^2=50^240^2. solving we get Vl=30V. Hence option c is correct.
@KuldeepJaidev We have Vr^2+Vl^2=V^2, therefore we can write Vl^2=50^240^2. solving we get Vl=30V. Hence option c is correct.