anonymous
  • anonymous
In order to simulate weightlessness for astronauts in training, they are flown in a vertical circle. If the passengers are to experience weightlessness, how fast should an airplane be moving at the top of a vertical circle with a radius of 1770 m?
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JamesJ
  • JamesJ
You want the centripetal force F_c to be exactly equal to the gravitational force. Now \[ F_c = m \frac{v^2}{r} \] Set that equal to the gravitational force and solve for \( v \).

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