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4: Which of the following is true of an object in a circular motion at a constant speed?

A: The net force on the object is zero

B: The object is not accelerating as the speed of the object remains the same

C:the object is accelerating as the direction of the object is changing****

D: The object is accelerating as the velocity remains the same

could it be C****

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  1. looks good

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  2. I think its D

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  3. Does ANYBODY have the answers to the test??????

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  4. I put C

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  5. I think its C
    Oh and btw...WHO EVER IS DISLIKING ALL THE COMMENTS,U should get a life u idiot

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  7. btw I disliked all ur comments

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  8. so whats the answer?

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  9. just took the test, its C

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  10. @just a normi, quit it. its rude.

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