Well…….at first I was surprised when I read this :) but apparently you are right. Of course at the point A acceleration will be equal to zero, and then it will gradually increase to 1774.752 m/sec^2 and after position B it will be constant and equal to 1774.728 m/sec^2 as we have already calculated according this formula ar=V^2/R, right? By the way these two values of accelerations are very close to each other, I nearly confused them
So, I think that we can imagine this acceleration like this graph:
Actually I wanted to know what is the acceleration during these 10 second between A and B :) as I see it gradually increases.
Yes I know, but I have got one question: as I knew this formula is for linear acceleration, in other words when the point is moving at the straight line. But as I see I can use it on the circle also
I am not very good at mathematics, simply tell me-my calculations are right or wrong?