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Three-phase to ground fault takes place at locations $F_1$ and $F_2$ in the system shown in the figure

If the fault takes place at location $F_1$, then the voltage and the current at bus $A$ are $V_{F1}$ and $I_{F1}$ respectively. If the fault takes place at location $F_2$, then the voltage and the current at bus $A$ are $V_{F2}$ and $I_{F2}$ respectively. The correct statement about voltages and currents during faults at $F_1$ and $F_2$ is

  1. $V_{F1}$ leads $I_{F1}$ and $V_{F2}$ leads $I_{F2}$
  2. $V_{F1}$ leads $I_{F1}$ and $V_{F2}$ lags $I_{F2}$
  3. $V_{F1}$ lags $I_{F1}$ and $V_{F2}$ leads $I_{F2}$
  4. $V_{F1}$ lags $I_{F1}$ and $V_{F2}$ lags $I_{F2}$
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