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Problem 22PE

A typical car has an axle with 1.10 cm radius driving a tire with a radius of 27.5 cm . What is its mechanical advantage assuming the very simplified model in Figure 9.25(b)?

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Solution 22PE Step-by-step solution Step 1 of 2 Mechanical advantage (MA) of a nail puller is the ratio of force distance from pivot point and nail distance from pivot point. Here, is distance of input and distance of output forces applied from pivot point.

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