Wednesday

September 24, 2014

September 24, 2014

Posted by **Nicole** on Saturday, November 28, 2009 at 1:09am.

- College Physics -
**drwls**, Saturday, November 28, 2009 at 2:08amYou need to provide units for radious and acceleration. Numbers alone are not enough to define the problem.

When the magnitude of the total acceleration is 3.30 whatevers, the centripetal acceleration is presumably sqrt[3.3^2 - 1.3^2). Use that fact and R to compute V. That and the acceleration will tell you how long it has been on the track. From that, compute the distance travelled and number of revolutions made.

- College Physics -
**Juliana**, Sunday, November 29, 2009 at 3:28amA car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 150 m and accelerates at 1.00m/s^2 . How many revolutions will the car have gone through when the magnitude of its total acceleration is 2.60m/s^2 ?

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

College Physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 150 m and ...

college physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 190 and ...

college phyiscs - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 160 m and ...

physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 130 m and ...

Physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 130 m and ...

physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 110 m and ...

physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 190m and ...

Physic - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 160 and accelerates ...

Physic - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 160 and accelerates ...

College Physics - A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 140 and ...