Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, October 4, 2010 at 2:08pm.

Two rotating wheels have masses such that m2 = 5 m1, and radii such that R2 = 4 R1. If the angular accelerations of the wheels are equal, then what is the relationship between the two forces.

F2 = 20 F1 F2 = 5 F1 F2 = 16 F1 None of the above

What is the relationship between the torques? t2 = 25 t1 t2 = 80 t1 t2 = 5 t1 t2 = 20 t1

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