A) 5.0 meters per second B) 2.0 meters per second C) 10.0 meters per second D) 1.0 meters per second E) 1.5 meters per second

A) 5.0 meters per second B) 2.0 meters per second C) 10.0 meters per second D) 1.0 meters per second E) 1.5 meters per second

A 70 kg student is riding a roller coaster and is at the top of the vertical loop. The loop has a radius of 16 m, and the car's velocity at the top is 12 m/s. What is the student's apparent weight...

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You are a roller coaster engineer, and safety inspectors tell you that your roller coaster has too much centripetal force. What can you do to decrease the centripetal foce acting on your roller...

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what is centripetal force? definition

A lab experiment was performed to find the centripetal force on a rotating body which measured mass(m), frequency(n), and radius(r). It was found that Fc=4Π2n2mr. How do I write an expression...