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Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Inertia
Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Inertia
Circular force
Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
In the same direction as tangential speed
In the direction opposite tangential speed
Perpendicular to the plane of motion
Perpendicular to the tangential speed but in the same plane
A ball whirled in a circular motion stays in one plane.
A ball whirled in a circular motion experiences centripetal acceleration directed toward the center of motion.
A ball whirled in a circular motion experiences a centripetal force directed toward the center of motion.
A ball whirled in a circular motion will move off in a straight line if the string breaks.
From the closest points on each body
From the most distant points on each body
From the center of each body
From the center of one body to the closest point on the other body
Inertia
Gravitational force
Planetary force
Kepler's force
Is greater than the force the moon exerts on Earth
Is less than the force the moon exerts on Earth
Is equal in magnitude to the force the moon exerts on Earth
Causes tides
The force decreases by a factor of 4
The force decreases by a factor of 2
The force increases by a factor of 2
The force increases by a factor of 4
Two objects always exert gravitational forces on each other.
The force of gravity depends on the mass and the distance between the two objects
All objects fall at different rates on earth.
Both a and b.
0.27 m/s2
270.3 m/s2
0.003 m/s2
3.3 m/s2
32.5 m/s2
8.54 m/s2
1059.2 m/s2
4035.7 m/s2
12 N
540 N
3.6 N
1728 N
180.6 N
8128.1 N
120 N
21.3 N
1.73 x 10 ^-23 kg
1.73 kg
1.73 x 10^-6 kg
1.73 x 10^-34 kg
4.96 x 10^15 kg
7.87 x 10^11 kg
4.96 x 10^25 kg
4.96 x 10^-21 kg