ch06-p101 - 101. (a) The distance traveled by the coin in...

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101. (a) The distance traveled by the coin in 3.14 s is 3(2 π r ) = 6 (0.050) = 0.94 m. Thus, its speed is v = 0.94/3.14 = 0.30 m/s. (b) The centripetal acceleration is given by Eq. 6-17: 22 2 (0.30 m/s) 1.8 m/s . 0.050 m v a r == = (c) The acceleration vector (at any instant) is horizontal and points from the coin towards the center of the turntable. (d) The only horizontal force acting on the coin is static friction f s and must be large enough to supply the acceleration of part (b) for the m = 0.0020 kg coin. Using Newton’s second law, () 23 0.0020 kg 1.8 m/s 3.6 10 N s fm a . (e) The static friction
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