• anonymous
give 5 examples of circular motion and the source of the centripetal force that keeps them in motion
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  • anonymous
the orbit of any stellar body around another, the force in this case is gravity A race car in a circular track, the force is the friction from the ground and tires An mass attached to rope that is swung in a circular motion, the force is the normal force from the rope an electron moving perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field, the force is the magnetic force a roller coaster in a loop, the force is the normal force from the track
  • theEric
For the rope, I've usually been taught to call that tension. All of those look great, and diverse!

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