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Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Inertia
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Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Inertia
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Circular force
Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
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In the same direction as tangential speed.
In the direction opposite tangential speed.
Perpendicular to the plane of circular motion.
Perpendicular to tangential speed but on the same plane.
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A ball whirled in a circular motion stays in one plane.
A ball whirled in a circular motion experience centripetal acceleration directed toward the center of motion.
A ball whirled in a circular motion experience 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.
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