Activity10circularmotionFeb21

Activity10circularmotionFeb21 - radius r. Ball moving at...

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Activity 10: Circular Motion February 21, 2008 For each simulation below, determine the direction of the acceleration of the mass m, construct a FBD for m, and apply the radial component form of Newton's 2 nd Law for m. F rad = ma rad F rad = mv 2 r (a rad = v 2 r ) A car traveling at a constant Speed over a circular hill A car traveling around a loop-the-loop v radial y θ v into the paper View from back of car traveling at constant speed v on a banked curve. The car moves without slipping. The circular path along that portion of the highway has a
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Unformatted text preview: radius r. Ball moving at constant speed moving in a vertical circle at the end of a string. Find an expression for the Tension in the string. Ball moving at constant speed in a vertical circle at the end of a string. Find an expression for the Tension in the string. The mass moves in a circle at the end of a string of length L with a constant speed of v. Express r in terms of L and . Find an expression for the Tension in the string. L...
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