radius, r = 28/2 m =14 m
Period, T = 21 s
angular velocity, ω = 2π/21 rad/s
Centrifugal force, f= mrω²
actual weight, w = mg
apparent weight at top, wt = mg -f
apparent weight at bottom, wb = mg+f
Solve for f and calculate wt/w and wb/w.
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