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A stopper tied to the end of a string is swung in a horizontal circle. If the mass of the stopper is 13.0 g, and the string is 93.0 cm, and the stopper revolves at a constant speed 10 times in 11.8s?

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    You left out the question. What do they want you to calculate? The tension in the string?
    If so, multiply the mass by the centripetal acceleration.

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    They want to find the angular velocity...so please post the answere

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