prelab 5 - (center-feeling in partner to centripetal...

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PreLab Five 1. When we travel in a circle, we feel as if we are forced towards the outside of a circle. However, in order to travel in a circle, we must have acceleration towards the center of the circle. When we travel around in a circle, the feeling of going outward is actually our body’s inertia which acts as a resistance to the central acceleration. This force that we feel is called centrifugal acceleration
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Unformatted text preview: (center-feeling) in partner to centripetal acceleration (center-seeking). 2. a. b. R = rcos(t)I + rsin(t)j V 2 = R 2 2 (cos 2 t +sin 2 t) V 2 = R 2 2 (1) V = r x c. A = (v 2 /r x rcos(v/t) 2 I + (v 2 /r x r sin(v/r) 2 j A = v 2 /r ( rcos(v/t) 2 I + r sin(v/t) 2 j) A = v 2 /r (1) d. 3. a. b. c....
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