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Physics: Principles with Applications

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Unformatted text preview: Question 5 The water is kept up there by its velocity. If the water stops moving, or even slows down enough, it will fall out of the bucket. The forces, gravitational force and the normal force applied by the bucket, want to pull the water down, but its high tangential velocity keeps it moving forward and prevents it from falling out. It is NOT being kept up there by a "centrifugal" force. ...
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