Physics 3.20 Uniform Circular Motion
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Bob is stuck on his rocket ship in outer space and must have an emergency landing, he needs to physics the newton out of this if he wants to survive.
Bob: "I remember learning in physics 1 about the Uniform Circular Motion, it states that the motion of an object in a circle at a constant speed.
I also know that at each instance, the rocket is tangent to the circle.
"Through the uniform circular motion, I understand the concept of centripetal forces which states that a force that acts on an object moving in a circular path and is directed toward the center around."
"However, in order to get to Earth accurately, I know through centripetal acceleration that the direction of the tangential velocity vector changes as the object rotates as the tangential speed is constant. So I must calculate for this acknowledgment.
"Now I can calibrate the thrusters and safely get out of this gravitational pull... Newton, we have a problem..."
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