In an equation a = v^n/r^m, a is the acceleration, v is the velocity and r is the radius of a circle. What are the values of n and m?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1. n=3 and m=2

2. n=2 and m=2

3. n=1 and m=2

4. n=2 and m=1

5. n=2 and m=3

The attempeted solution is:

L/(T)^2 = v^n/r^m

since Velocity is distance/time.

L is the length

T is the time.

n=1 and m=2

Thanx in advanced

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# Homework Help: Acceleration and velocity help

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