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# Circular Motion

## The force and acceleration vectors point to the center of the circle.

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## Circular Motion

by lisa destiche //at grade
Students will learn that in circular motion there is always an acceleration (and hence a force) that points to the center of the circle defined by the objects motion.
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## Circular Motion

by EPISD Physics //at grade
Discusses circular motion and centripetal acceleration.
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## Circular Motion

by jeyanthi //at grade
Students will learn that in circular motion there is always an acceleration (and hence a force) that points to the center of the circle defined by the objects motion.
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## Nov 14: A- Circular Motion

by Duane Dippel //at grade
Discusses circular motion and centripetal acceleration.
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## Circular Motion

by William Fitzgerald //at grade
Students will learn that in circular motion there is always an acceleration (and hence a force) that points to the center of the circle defined by the objects motion.
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## Unit 7.5 Circular Motion

by Scott //at grade
Students will learn that in circular motion there is always an acceleration (and hence a force) that points to the center of the circle defined by the objects motion.
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• Real World Application

## Roller Coasters

by Mark Holmstrom //
Even though roller coaster don't go in perfect circles, they are great examples of circular motion!
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## Circular Motion

by CJ //at grade
Explore the circular motion of a cyclist following a curved path.
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