ch06-p102 - 102. (a) The distance traveled in one...

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102. (a) The distance traveled in one revolution is 2 π R = 2 (4.6 m) = 29 m. The (constant) speed is consequently v = (29 m)/(30 s) = 0.96 m/s. (b) Newton’s second law (using Eq. 6-17 for the magnitude of the acceleration) leads to fm v R m s = F H G I K J = 2 020 (. )
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