Posted by Pranathi on .
A 2.0 kg mass swinging at the end of a 0.5 m string is travelling 3.0 m/s. What is the centripetal
force on the mass?
This and the last four physics questions were posted from the same computer.
Please use the same name when posting on this board.
You should have a textbook with this simple formula:
F(centripetal) = M V^2/R
Trying reading the assignment. It's a better way to learn than dumping off your questions here with multiple names.
Perhaps it is different names, but the questions are remarkably similar. Having answered one, I thing WLS has answered them all. Acentripetal = v^2/r