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Circular Motion

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

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Uniform Circular Motion - Overview

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Uniform Circular Motion - Example 3

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Determining the centripetal force acting on an object using F[c] = (mv^(2)) /r
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Uniform Circular Motion - Example 4

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Determining the centripetal acceleration of an object using a = v^(2)/r
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Uniform Circular Motion - Example 1

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Determining the period, T, of an object in circular motion
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Uniform Circular Motion - Example 2

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Determining the velocity of an object using v = 2Ïr/T
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