### Calculate the pitch diameter-circular pitch-addendum

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A 24-tooth gear has AGMA standard full-depth involutes teeth with diametral pitch of 5.

Calculate the pitch diameter, circular pitch, addendum, dedendum, tooth thickness and clearance. All dimensions must be taken to 4 decimal places to account for manufacturing tolerances.

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