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A Small Coin is Placed on a Record Rotating at 33 1 3 Rev/Minute. the Coin Does Not Slip on the Record. Where Does It Get the Required Centripetal Force from ? - Physics

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ConceptDynamics of Uniform Circular Motion - Centripetal Force

Question

A small coin is placed on a record rotating at \[33\frac{1}{3}\] rev/minute. The coin does not slip on the record. Where does it get the required centripetal force from ?

Solution

The coin gets the required centripetal force from the frictional force between the coin and the record.

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Solution A Small Coin is Placed on a Record Rotating at 33 1 3 Rev/Minute. the Coin Does Not Slip on the Record. Where Does It Get the Required Centripetal Force from ? Concept: Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion - Centripetal Force.
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