Determine the line current-total apparent power, Electrical Engineering

A balanced three phase, four wire, WYE connect load consisting of per phase resistenance of A ohms and inductive reactance of D ohms/phase is connected to a B000 V three phase source. Determine the line current, total apparent power, active power, reactive power, power factor, capacitor in kVAR to correct to unity and the capacitance per phase.

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