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I used T=2(pi)r / v

22 = 2*pi*7.4/v

v = 2.11 m/s

But the answer was rejected... The velocity in a circle is supposed to be constant, why won't my answer work?

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I used T=2(pi)r / v

22 = 2*pi*7.4/v

v = 2.11 m/s

But the answer was rejected... The velocity in a circle is supposed to be constant, why won't my answer work?

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The speed is constant, not the velocity.DuffBeer said:But the answer was rejected... The velocity in a circle is supposed to be constant, why won't my answer work?

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Oh man... Does that mean my answer is just negative since it's moving counterclockwise?Doc Al said:The speed is constant, not the velocity.

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No. I suspect they want you to find the netDuffBeer said:Oh man... Does that mean my answer is just negative since it's moving counterclockwise?

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