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equation F = mv^2/r
i don't understand why velocity is squared can anyone explain. this is waves on string

  • physic -

    F = mv^2/r is centripetal force.
    Velocity in the stretched string is
    v = sqrt(T/m₀)=sqrt{TL/m}.

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