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Textbook Problem

While discussing different types of ring and pinion gearsets: Technician A says that with a nonhunting gearset, each tooth of the pinion will return to the same tooth space on the ring gear each time the pin ion rotates. Technician B says that when a hunting gearset rotates, any pinion gear tooth is likely to con tact each and every tooth on the ring gear. Who is correct?

a. Technician A only

b. Technician B only

c. Both A and B

d. Neither A nor B

To determine

The correct technician among the two i.e. A and B who are discussing on different types of rings and pinion gear sets.

Explanation

The statement given by technician A, in the no-hunting gear set at every pinion rotate, each tooth of the pinion will return to the same tooth space on the ring gear every time, is true, as one tooth of the pinion connects with only one tooth on the ring gear in the no-hunting gear set. Hence, technician A is correct...

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