Physics: Circular motion. Radial acceleration. Application of Newton’s second law to movement in vertical circles and in horizontal circles
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 Frameworks for solving physics problems
2:00 Radial, tangential, and “no-name” axes
10:10 Radial acceleration (also known as “centripetal acceleration”)
16:20 Applying Newton’s second law to circular motion for a vertical circle
38:10 “Centripetal force”
52:00 Finding the minimum speed that will allow an object to travel in a vertical circle
1:02:00 Kinematics of constant speed circular motion
1:10:30 Application of Newton’s second law to movement in a horizontal circle
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