Posted by **Jill** on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 4:35pm.

I have a problem where I've solved a and b. I need to solve c.

It's a centripetal force problem.

So far I have.

v(speed)=2.5pi

R(radius)=3.5

m(mass)=2

t(time)=2.8

Ac (centripetal acceleration)=17.62

How would I find tension?

(Hint: The tension provides Fc) Fc is centripetal force or net force.

How would I figure this out?

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