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Homework Help: physical science

Posted by pat on Monday, June 27, 2011 at 6:58am.

A weight attached to a wire is swung in a circular path. Its speed is 12 meters/sec, and it has a centripetal acceleration of 9.0 meters/sec2. Calculate the diameter of the circle.

1.3 meters
2.6 meters
16 meters
32 meters

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