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Δv/v = Δr/r

what is the v and r denominator? I know they both refers to velocity and acceleration respectively but exactly which vector?

Base on geometric interpretation, →vector 1 + Δv = →vector 2. v is a magnitude but exactly which magnitude are we referring to?

Also it states that the limit Δt→0,Δv and the acceleration Δv/Δt becomes exactly perpendicular, how so?

what is the v and r denominator? I know they both refers to velocity and acceleration respectively but exactly which vector?

Base on geometric interpretation, →vector 1 + Δv = →vector 2. v is a magnitude but exactly which magnitude are we referring to?

Also it states that the limit Δt→0,Δv and the acceleration Δv/Δt becomes exactly perpendicular, how so?

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