#### Question

A body of mass ‘m’ performs uniform circular motion along a circular path of radius ‘r’ with velocity ‘v’. If its angular momentum is L, then the centripetal force acting on it is

(A) `(mL^2)/r^3`

(B) `L^2/(mr)`

(c) `L^2/(mr^2)`

(D) `L^2/(mr^3)`

#### Solution

(D) `L^2/(mr^3)`

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Solution A Body of Mass ‘M’ Performs Uniform Circular Motion Along a Circular Path of Radius ‘R’ With Velocity ‘V’. If Its Angular Momentum is L, Then the Centripetal Force Acting on It is Concept: Centrifugal Forces.