# Circles - UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION PROJECT By Patrick Wolfe...

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UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION PROJECT By: Patrick Wolfe

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STORY TIME In February, you are assigned to visit a fair for your science class. At the festival, you are told to primarily focus on the ferris wheel. What measures could possibly relate to both the ferris wheel and science?
UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION Uniform circular motion is an object or thing moving in a circular path. For example, you could use Uniform Circular Motion the measure the speed of a cart on a ferris wheel you rode at the fair. It can be calculated by the use of the following equation,

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CIRCUMFERENCE Circumference is the enclosing boundary of a curved geometric figure, especially a circle. How could you measure the circumference of the ferris wheel?
CENTRIPETAL FORCE Centripetal Force is a force that acts on a body moving in a

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