# SOLUTION: a bicycle chain moves along two sprockets when you shift gears. the number of teeth on the front sprocket form a ratio. equivalent ratios provide equal pedaling power. find a ratio

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 Question 259863: a bicycle chain moves along two sprockets when you shift gears. the number of teeth on the front sprocket form a ratio. equivalent ratios provide equal pedaling power. find a ratio equivalent to the ratio 52 over24 Answer by richwmiller(9135)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!52/24=26/12=13/6