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22 January, 11:24

A cyclist rides in a circle with speed 3.2 m/s. What is his centripetal acceleration if the circle has a radius of 12m?

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  1. 22 January, 12:51
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    Formula:

    a = v^2 / r Where, a =

    Centripetal Acceleration r =

    Circular Radius, v = Velocity Solution: a =

    (8.1 * 8.1) / 27 =

    65.61 / 27 a = 2.43

    Therefore, the centripetal acceleration is 2.43 m^2/s.

    I hope i was able to explain this in a way you will understand! <3
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