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suppose the hammer has a mass of 7.26kg, the wire is 1.00m long, and the force keeping the hammer moving in a circle is 7.43 x 10^3N. what will the hammer's speed be when the thrower releases the wire?

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  1. Centripetal force= mv^2/r

    solve for v.

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