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I was asked to solve this and I was wondering if I was going about solving it in the proper manner so wanted some info and hoping I could get some help.

There is a voltage of 120V, and resistance of 16 amps at the start of the ground connected to the breaker. The wire goes into the ground and goes for 600ft. The wire is also 1 ott in size, which I'm thinking is around 10mm-15mm in diameter. I'm not sure what exactly that is in mm or anything like that, I still have to look that up. What is the voltage drop over the length of the wire?

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Luke
 
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