ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v6A belt runs around two pulleys as shown . The length Lof the belt can be calculated using the equations given. where A = an angle (in radians) R1= radius of larger pulley (in m) R2= radius of smaller pulley (in m) C= distance between pulley centres (in m) L = belt length (in m) Part I (3 marks): Write a function m-file (belt.m) that, given the radii of the two pulleys and the distance between their centres, computes and returns L. The formula requires that R1 be greater than or equal to R2. Your function should make the necessary adjustments if the two radii given to it are the "wrong" way around. Part II (7 marks): The steps required to solve this part should be placed in a script m-file (script.m). Assume that one of the pulleys has a radius of 0.1 m and that the other has a radius of 1.5m.
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