Radial force in a circular motion

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Homework Statement


Given-
Mass of particle=m
Radius of the circular path=r
Magnitude of linear momentum= p
Find the radial force acting on the particle.

Homework Equations


p=mv
acentripetal=v2/r

The Attempt at a Solution


Fradial=macentripetal
=mv2/r
=mv2×m/r×m
=p2/rm
 

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Looks OK to me.
 
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Looks OK to me.
Sir, are there more chances for it to be right?? An OK is not enough sir...:biggrin::smile:
 
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Sir, are there more chances for it to be right?? An OK is not enough sir...:biggrin::smile:
Doc Al is saying your work is correct.
 
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Doc Al is saying your work is correct.
Oh sorry sir. I felt an air of confusion in your OK that's why. Thanks a lot sir.
 
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Doc Al is saying your work is correct.
Oh sorry sir. I felt like a confusion in your OK. Well, thanks a lot sir.
 

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