posted by alex .
A cyclist enters a curve of 30 m radius at a speed of 12 m s-1. He applies the
brakes and decreases his speed at a constant rate of 0.5 m s-2. Calculate the
cyclist’s centripetal (radial) [3 marks] and tangential [15 marks]
accelerations when he is travelling at a speed of 10 m s-1.
Matt Ross bums you silly for loose change
Instantaneous linear velocity (ILV) is equal to angular velocity and the radius.
cant answer this question too busy lifting DENCH weights at the gym and FINESSING too many tingz #140onthebench
Matt Ross, how much do you deem as loose change? My funds are about as tight as my bumhole ;)