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07 - Circular Motion

# 07 - Circular Motion - Circular motion Chapter 4 homework...

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Circular motion Chapter 4 homework: Problems 20, 32, 36

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Problem For the velocity vector shown below, draw an acceleration vector that would cause the object to slow down and change direction. v
Three ways to accelerate: ¾ Speed up (velocity vector gets longer) a v v

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Three ways to accelerate: ¾ Speed up (velocity vector gets longer) v v a a v v ¾ Slow down (velocity vector gets shorter)
Three ways to accelerate: ¾ Speed up (velocity vector gets longer) v v a v ¾ Slow down (velocity vector gets shorter) v a ¾ Change direction a v v

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Three ways to accelerate: ¾ Speed up (velocity vector gets longer) v v a ¾ Slow down (velocity vector gets shorter) v a ¾ Change direction a v v
Where would the acceleration be greatest? A truck moves around the track with constant speed:

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Where would the acceleration be greatest? A truck moves around the track with constant speed : v
Where would the acceleration be greatest?

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