it is the ratio of the velocity of the point of application of effort to the velocity of the load
The ratio of distance covered by the effort to the distance covered by the load is called velocity ratio . Simply you can write , the ratio of effort distance to load distance is called velocity ratio .
To find the velocity ratio of a pulley, you must first find the effort and load distances. then you divide the two and there you have you VR (velocity ratio).
No. The velocity ratio remains constant but the friction absorbs power.
The formula is Velocity = Distance/ Time
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efficiency=mechanical advantage/velocity ratio mechanical advantage=load/effort use this formula, ans:100N
The formula for velocity is (v = d/t) or (velocity = distance/time).
the formula t calculate velocity is:velocity (v)=distance(d)/time(t)
Velocity is distance / time
VR = radius of handle/radius of axle : R/r or D/d
The formula for speed is distance over time and the formula for velocity is Displacement over time.
The formula for a change in velocity is dV/dt, and this is called acceleration.
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The ratio of Mechanical Advantage and Velocity Ratio is Efficiency. That is to say the ratio of M.A. and V.R. is constant.
The relationship between mechanical advantage, velocity ratio & efficiency is:- efficiency=Mechanical Advantage/Velocity Ratio
velocity is distance/time
velocity = distance / time
acceleration=ratio of change in velocity in a specific direction to time. speed=ratio of distance to time.
Final velocity = (Initial velocity) + (time)(acceleration)
velocity = frequency / wavelength, I believe.
Velocity (speed) = distance/time
v(t) = dsdt This should be the formula for instantaneous velocity.
One formula is:speed (of the wave) = frequency x wavelength