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anonymous
 one year ago
Two gears are interlocked with one another, and when one spins, the other one follows. Gear A is small, with a radius of 2 meters whereas Gear B is large, with a radius of 5 meters. When Gear B makes one complete revolution, how many revolutions would Gear A have made?
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anonymous
 one year ago
Two gears are interlocked with one another, and when one spins, the other one follows. Gear A is small, with a radius of 2 meters whereas Gear B is large, with a radius of 5 meters. When Gear B makes one complete revolution, how many revolutions would Gear A have made? Show work please!

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