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I tried using V=2(3.14)r/T then using a

_{r}=v

^{2}/r but i keep getting the wrong answer.

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I tried using V=2(3.14)r/T then using a

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PhanthomJay

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Hi, Manny, welcome to PF!. You seem to be on the right track, why don't you show your numbers and someone will correct your math. What about the units??

I tried using V=2(3.14)r/T then using a_{r}=v^{2}/r but i keep getting the wrong answer.

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...i forgot to convert cm to m i have the right answer now.

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