The motor of a table saw is rotating at 3450 rev/min. A pulley attached to the motor shaft drives a second pulley of half the diameter by means of a V-belt. A circular saw blade of diameter 0.208 m is mounted on the same rotating shaft as the second pulley. PART A: The operator is careless and the blade catches and throws back a small piece of wood. This piece of wood moves with linear speed equal to the tangential speed of the rim of the blade. What is this speed? PART B:Calculate the radial acceleration of points on the outer edge of the blade to see why sawdust doesn't stick to its teeth. I converted 3450 rpm to 361.283 rads/s. I know that v=rw, but how do I calculate this with out the radius being given?