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An object of mass 50kg moves at 50m/s round a circular path of radius 10m.calculate
i)centripetal acceleration.
ii)centripetal force need to keep it in it's orbits..

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i) V^2/R
ii) M V^2/R

M = 50 kg
R = 10 m
V = 50 m/s

Do the calculations

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25000

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