jeff asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 4 weeks ago

How can I find the radius using this equation: a=v²/r

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• Anonymous
4 weeks ago

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• Anonymous
4 weeks ago

Good god, drop out of physics immediately if you can’t understand this !!!!

• Mercy
Lv 7
4 weeks ago

Acceleration equals velocity squared divided by the radius of a circle (a = v²/r). Acceleration only equals this  in the case of uniform circular motion i.e. in cases where the speed (magnitude of velocity) remains the same.

• 4 weeks ago

r = v^2/a