Velocity Ratio?

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Velocity ratio is a term used in classical mechanics that refers to the result of dividing the distance moved by the point of effort and the distance moved by the point of load. Therefore the formula that is derived is VR=Effort Distance/Load Distance. It is also used to create efficiency in the pulley system where a large pulley is used to drive a smaller pulley which actually makes more revolutions per second than the larger pulley.
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1. Read the question twice and note down information given in the question. Depending on the question the information could be the number of teeth on the pedal gear and the sprocket
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there have no unit because both the quantites cancel out each other same as mecghanical advantage. there have no unit because both the quantites cancel out each other same as mechanical
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( və′läs·əd·ē ′rā·shō ) (mechanical engineering) The ratio of the velocity given to the effort or input of a machine
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