The two-gear combination shown in the figure is being used to hoist the load L with a constant upward speed of 2.50 m/s. The rope attached to the load is being wound onto a cylinder behind the big gear. The depth of the teeth of the gears is negligible compared to the radii. Determine the angular velocity (magnitude and direction) of (a) the larger gear and (b) the smaller gear.In the figure: larger gear radius=.300m and smaller gear radius=.170m
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