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so it continues to move in a circular arc and so must have a resultant centripetal force acting on it which is provided by tension being greater than mg. However at this point its acceleration it's 0.
So is it correct to say that there is no resultant force momentarily, and if this is the case what would be the other force balancing out the centripetal force
Sorry wording isn't too great, thanks alot !
So is it correct to say that there is no resultant force momentarily, and if this is the case what would be the other force balancing out the centripetal force
Sorry wording isn't too great, thanks alot !