sir please explain me about the circular motion of a body?

Asked by varunvenu | 21st Nov, 2009, 09:37: PM

Expert Answer:

The circular motion of a body is a motion of the body along the circumference of a circle. Since the direction of motion of the object changes, it's accelerated motion, and the acceleration acts towards the centre of the circle and called centripetal accleration.

For example, a stone tied to a string and whirled in a circle.

The distance travelled is equal to the arc length of the circle travelled.

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Answered by  | 21st Nov, 2009, 10:50: PM

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