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When the radius and mass are held constant, what do you expect to happen to the centripetal force if the frequency is increased? If the radius and mass are held constant, centripetal force will increase as the frequency is increased. Equating from Fc = mv2/r , V is equal to 2pi(r) (f). It is then obvious the increase on the value of centripetal force, depending on its frequency.

2. What will happen of the centripetal force apparatus was set up slightly off the horizontal? The centripetal force, if not aligned properly on the horizontal, may be affected with some reasons like having a dynamic or changing value of centripetal force. All factors on the apparatus may be affected which may result to not having at least one parameter constant, resulting to a not constant value of centripetal force. PROBLEMS 1. A ball rotating in a horizontal circle at a constant speed of 10 m/s. What are the tensions in the upper and lower strings? The mass of the ball is 3 kg.

2. What angle of bank is necessary for a car to make it around a 130 m curve at a speed of 60 kph, without relying on friction?

3. Determine the speed of the satellite orbiting at a height of 700 km above the Earth’s surface. mass of earth = 5.98 x 1024 kg radius of earth = 6.38 x 106 m

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