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### Centripetal Force and Centripetal Acceleration- mg

Course: ENG 1p03, Spring 2010
School: McMaster
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a=v2rrf v=2rT a=v2r v=2 Centripetal Force and Centripetal Acceleration a=v2r Introduction Centripetal force is described as an external force necessary to make a body follow a curved path. The centripetal force causes an object to travel or accelerate to the centre of the circle and this acceleration is referred to as the centripetal acceleration. Any particular force or a combination of forces can act to provide...

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