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For "Logic Pro" Write a program to compute the power loss

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Write a program to compute the power loss in a transmission line with a resistance of 0.05 ohms/mile. Compute the power loss if 500kW of power transmitted from a power generating station to cities at distances of 20, 30, 40,50,...,100 miles at 100V and 200V. The current i is calculated from: i=power transmitted in watts/volts transmitted. The total resistance R is computed from the equation R=r*miles, where r is the resistance per mile. The power loss is computed from the equation: power loss=i squared*R.
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