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Nathanael

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Ah, yeah you can look at it that way too, but the fact velocity is tangent to the path is implied for any path ##\vec R(t)## because the definition of the unit tangent vector is ##\hat T=\frac{\vec V}{|\vec V|}## so it is enough to show that ##\vec R(t)## traces out a circular path.Right. But I was talking about the velocity being tangential (that definitely ensures that it moves in a circle).