Let â€˜râ€™ be the radius of the circle and v and a be the radial velocity and the radial acceleration respectively. ma=mv 2 /r. a=v 2 /r â€” (6) On substituting eq (2) in the above equation, we have.

The radial acceleration of a particle is calculated as the square of velocity divided by the radius of the circle. Since the velocity as calculated above is 4 m/s, therefore the square of 4 will be

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