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Answer / nithi
DC is more dangerous than AC.
The magnitude of AC voltage is continuosly varying & it
reaches zero value(sleep) frequently.so,there is a chance
(In low voltage system) to escape from the shock if we are
but,this is not possible in case of DC system.It has a
constant magnitude& It awake always & very active than us.
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Answer / manobalan
DC IS DANGEROUS
REASON:CONSIDERING SAME PEAK VOLTAGE LEVEL ATLEAST THERE IS
MEAN VOLTAGE ZERO IN AC BUT THAT IS NOT IN DC....
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Answer / vir vijander singh
DC IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN AC. IN CASE OF AC THE POLARITY OF
THE BODY IS SAME AND IT REPEL AND ON OTHER SIDE DC THE
POLARITY OF THE BODY IS DIIFERENT AND IT ATTRACTS. SO DC IS
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