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Physics
Course
PHYS 111
Professor
Richard Ennis
Semester
Fall

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Oct 13 2013 Physics Summary #5 Circular Motion This requires constant speed and total velocity is always directed towards centre of circle. 1) Centripital Acceleration 2 - l vectorl = v /R 2) Centripital Force 2 - Fnet= mv /R - not a “real” force - combination or as a result of the main forces - Fc Different ways to represent time:  One rev = 2 π r  τ = period of re
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