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Hamish Cruickshank

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As I understand it, the only time the object (lets say an aeroplane flying in a vertical circle) is in uniform circular motion is at the top and the bottom of the circular path.

So if you want to find the net force on an object at the top of the circle it will be the centripetal force, because in UCM the net force is the centripetal force.

Is this right?