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Well the circle is horizontal not vertical so height isn’t an issue, Fnet=m(v^2/r). Find the time I takes for 1 revolution and the circumference of the circle to use s=d/t.

1. Use Fnet = mv^2/r

2. See how much time it takes for the flying pig to travel one rotation.

Two Methods:

1. Fc= m* (V^2/r)

2. y= yo + vot + 1/2g^2

1)Fc=m(v^2/r)

2)x+xo=vot=1/2 at^2

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1. Fc=m*v^2/r

2. 1 revolution/ circumfrence

1. Find the centripetal acceleration and solve for velocity.

2. Find the circumference and time 1 revolution.

-Fernando

1.Solve for velocity in the Centripetal Force equation Fc=mv^2/r

2.Use one of the Kinematics equation that include velocity

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Well the circle is horizontal not vertical so height isn’t an issue, Fnet=m(v^2/r). Find the time I takes for 1 revolution and the circumference of the circle to use s=d/t.

1) Circular Motion

2) kinematics problem with velocity

-Juju

Fc=M(v^2/r)

I did some research on the internet and on YouTube (came across a song) and i got this from physicsclassroom.com

“the velocity of an object in nearly circular orbit can be approximated as v = (2*pi*R) / T”

or we could use one of those fancy speed meters the police use… Ideas ideas….

1. Fnet = mv^2/r

2. Use kinematics

Finally find answer.

1. See how long it takes the pig to make one rotation.

2. Fc=m*(v^2r)/r

– Areli

1. Fnet= mv^2/r

2. Some kinematics

1. Fnet = m(v^2/r)

2. Use kinematics ( the distance is the circumfrence, but i dont know the rest)

1. Find the time in y and use centripetal acceleration to find velocity in x.

2. ??

– Erika

1. Use tension in the string

2. Find centripetal acceleration — maybe use kinetic and potential energy (initial and final)

-Ariel

Fnet= mv^2/r

You would use the Fnetc=Mac equation… But uuum I’m not sure you may also use kinamatics!.. :/Either way I wanna see pigs fly! 🙂

Use Fc=m(v^2/r) or you could time how long the pig takes to go around in one circle.

Fnet=mv^2/r

Kinematics

1. You would use the Fnet = mv^2/r

2.Figure out how much time it takes the flying pig to travel one rotation.

Fnet=mv^2/r

Kinematics

I think we could put a circular barrier around the pigs are flying space. Then measure the curcumfrence of the circle

Or we could cause the fnetc=mac equation

Find the centripetal force to find velocity. We will need kinematic equations as well

The second sabier post was gabby haha ! 😀

We can use Fnet=ma nd PE=MGH Jose