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Circular Motion Does not persist without a force. Thats a new fact we learned in our physics course.
We tried a new experiment in class, and found out that the acceleration of an object is inversely proportional to its mass.
We use equations such as A = V squared divided by R Like the acceleration of wheels on a new car
E = MC squared I'm aware, but we aren't talking bout that equation, we aint tryna compare.
We see examples of circular motion all over the world. One option includes a tornado's swirl.
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