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DHASHNI Group Title

which is dangerous ac or dc ? explain

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  1. FoolForMath Group Title
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    DC.

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    ?

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  3. FoolForMath Group Title
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    AC alternates so the maximum is not fixed at all time...

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    so?

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  5. FoolForMath Group Title
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    so you won't get the same intensity of shock constantly making it less dangerous.

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    if u get a shock from dc u wud stick to the wire

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    The best thing is try it out.

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    lol

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    lmao...:P

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  10. FoolForMath Group Title
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    In my home we have AC.

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    Btw this is not Math.

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    DC is not used in any part of world because the line looses are high and its dangerous and it also blows out fuse cox of constant supply

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    It's used in some parts of India.

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    huh i dont believe that really

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    AC because it is an alternating current

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    Wasiqqs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-voltage_direct_current

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    Also the idea of DC being dangerous is not entirely true, my brother who is an Electrical engg

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    wikepedia is not a good source coz a lot of people can edit it anytime and they might falsify it

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    says that the peak value of AC is more higher than DC and the the time taken 1 over frequency reveals that its much less for you to react.

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