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Im really confused on this question, I was told the formula should be something like

FC=MV^2 / R

but how can I find the mass.

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Im really confused on this question, I was told the formula should be something like

FC=MV^2 / R

but how can I find the mass.

Help!

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rock.freak667

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Yes that formula is correct, can you arrange it so that M alone is on one side of the equation?

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M=fc/r?

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Im not sure :(

FC=MV^2 / R

M=(FC)(V^2)/R?

FC=MV^2 / R

M=(FC)(V^2)/R?

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rock.freak667

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Im not sure :(

FC=MV^2 / R

M=(FC)(V^2)/R?

From F

if you multiply both sides by r and then divide by sides by v

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I really have no idea :\

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rock.freak667

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I really have no idea :\

If ab=c, what is b equal to ?

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not too sure..

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rock.freak667

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not too sure..

Do you know how rearrange equations to make one variable the subject of the formula?

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Would it be

m = fc(r)/v^2

answer 1.1 x 103 kg ?

m = fc(r)/v^2

answer 1.1 x 103 kg ?

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rock.freak667

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That should be correct.

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That you so much! :):)

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