Anwser only please: Newton approximated motion in a circle as a series of linear motions, as in the polygon below.

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Anwser only please: Newton approximated motion in a circle as a series of linear motions, as in the polygon below.

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Answer only? I don't think so. Thinking is required. What's the acceleration necessary to change a velocity vector from|dw:1328225838737:dw| to |dw:1328225858676:dw|
Ah, so it would be answer 4?

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Wait, 2, it would be 2 because the abel is opposite to vel, correct?
What vector do you need to add to the first velocity vector to get the second velocity vector? That vector that you add--that's the acceleration. It's not #2.
|dw:1328226646812:dw|
Hence the answer is #3.
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