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i have no clue how to do this any help would be appreciated

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i have no clue how to do this any help would be appreciated

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Hint: What kind of motion does the submarine (and pendulum) undergo?

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it undergoes centripcal acceleration but the equation for that is v^2/r

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or do you mean constant motion im so lost for this question

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it's centripedal ACCELERATION. Constant velocity will have no effect on the pendulum nor on g.

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Yes, the submarine is centripetally accelerated. Now use that fact to figure out the change in the measured value of g.it undergoes centripcal acceleration but the equation for that is v^2/r

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or anything close to 9.81 to compare the subs accerations to

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How does the centripetal acceleration change when the submarine moves?

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it changes slightly but how do you calculate that

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thanks for the help i got the answer last night, thank-you

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