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A = v

^{2}/r , but in non uniform the velocity is changing , so will the certipetal acceleration also change ?

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A = v

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Google the Frenet equations. Those equations treat the more general case.

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It's far from my question. I meant will the centripetal acceleration increase?

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If the object stays on the same circle of radius ## r ##, the answer is yes.It's far from my question. I meant will the centripetal acceleration increase?

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Okay , thanks very much.