P,Q, and R are three 30kg children on a merry-go-round 1.0m, 2.0m, and 3.0m from its centre. It is rotating four times each minute. Calculate the centripetal force on each child

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P,Q, and R are three 30kg children on a merry-go-round 1.0m, 2.0m, and 3.0m from its centre. It is rotating four times each minute. Calculate the centripetal force on each child

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circumference of each circle is\[C=2\pi r\]where r is the radius of the circle. velocity is\[v=\frac CT\]where T is the time it takes (in seconds) to make one revolution. centripital acceleration is\[a_c=\frac{v^2}r\]and centripital force is\[F=ma_c\]where m is the mass of the object moving put these pieces together to solve your problem

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