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IF AN OBJECT IN A CIRCULAR MOTION BEGINS TO MOVE FASTER, WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CENTRIPETAL FORCE?

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SO THAT MEANS THE CENTRIPETAL FORCE WILL BE LARGER?

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