The greatest resistance has the least power loss across three resistances.

Explanation

If three different resistances are connected in parallel and a voltage is applied across them then the voltage is same across all the resistances. The formula for finding power is P = VI = V(V/R)=(V^2/R). According to the formula, the resistor with the least value will have the maximum power loss and the resistor with the maximum value will have the least power loss.

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