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Posted by toshi on Monday, November 28, 2011 at 5:10am.

For no apparent reason, a poodle is running counter-clockwise at a constant speed of 3.40 {\rm m/s} in a circle with radius 2.2 {\rm m}. Let \vec v_1 be the velocity vector at time t_1, and let \vec v_2 be the velocity vector at time t_2. Consider \Delta \vec v = \vec v_2- \vec v_1 and \Delta t = t_2 - t_1. Recall that \vec a_{\rm av} = \Delta \vec v/ \Delta t.

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