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A stone of mass 0.33 kg is tied to a string of length 0.65 m and is swung in a horizontal circle with speed v. The string has a breakingpoint force of 45 N. What is the largest value v can have without the string breaking?

The circle is horizontal, so there is no force from gravity along the string.
45N >= m*v^2 /r
45N >= 0.33*v^2/0.65
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