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The problem is :
Attempt:
According to book answer is option A
Thank you all in advance
Attempt:
According to book answer is option A
Thank you all in advance
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Circular motion is the movement of an object along a circular path. It is important to study because it is a common type of motion in many natural and man-made systems, such as planets orbiting the sun and cars moving along a curved road.
The key equations used to solve circular motion problems are centripetal force = mass x tangential velocity squared divided by radius, and tangential velocity = 2πr / T, where r is the radius of the circular path and T is the period of the motion.
The direction of the centripetal force is always towards the center of the circle. This can be determined by drawing a free body diagram and identifying all the forces acting on the object in circular motion.
Some common mistakes to avoid when solving circular motion problems include not considering the direction of the centripetal force, using the wrong units for velocity and radius, and forgetting to convert between radians and degrees when necessary.
Yes, it is possible to solve a circular motion problem without knowing the mass of the object. This is because the mass cancels out in the equation for centripetal force, leaving only the variables for velocity, radius, and the gravitational constant.