Lecture note for physics (additional information) circulation motion and gravitation

Inertia cannot be taken to image on the fbd circular

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Unformatted text preview: acceleration ac = 4π^2R / T^2 => R represents the radius *An object will travel tangential to its original circular motion once it loses the centripetal force. (**Inertia**) - Cannot be taken to image on the FBD Circular motion in reality Friction is responsible for the centripetal force of a car making a curve with a specific μ. Fc = μsFN = μsmg = mv^2 / r => v = √μsgr Banking On a tilt, the...
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