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• (cur | prev) 12:01, 18 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,593 bytes) (-62). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 12:00, 18 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,655 bytes) (+13). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 10:07, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,642 bytes) (-54). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:45, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,696 bytes) (+2). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:36, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,694 bytes) (+33). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:36, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,661 bytes) (-33). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:29, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,694 bytes) (+58). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:29, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,636 bytes) (-8). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:25, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,644 bytes) (+80). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:22, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,564 bytes) (+58). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:22, 13 February 200910lucasa (talk | contribs). . (8,506 bytes) (-71). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 09:19, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,577 bytes) (-71). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:18, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,648 bytes) (-11). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:17, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,659 bytes) (-1). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 09:17, 13 February 200910wattsr (talk | contribs). . (8,660 bytes) (-2). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 23:00, 12 February 200910greene (talk | contribs). . (8,662 bytes) (+7). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 22:25, 12 February 200910greene (talk | contribs). . (8,655 bytes) (+13). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 22:19, 12 February 200910greene (talk | contribs). . (8,642 bytes) (+1). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 13:53, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,641 bytes) (+2). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 13:53, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,639 bytes) (+2). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 13:52, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,637 bytes) (+3). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 13:50, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,634 bytes) (+9). . (/* 3. Red Elk twirls a 15.0 kg mass in a 1.50 m radius vertical circle. He is so clever that he can do this at a constant speed. At the top, he is pulling down on the mass with a force of 81.0 N. What is the centripetal acceleration of the mass?)
• (cur | prev) 13:49, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,625 bytes) (-6). . (/* 2. Marlene twirls a 2.50 kg mass in a 62.0 cm radius vertical circle at a constant speed. At the bottom of the circle she needs to exert an upward force of 56.4 N of force. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is e)
• (cur | prev) 13:49, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,631 bytes) (+9). . (/* 2. Marlene twirls a 2.50 kg mass in a 62.0 cm radius vertical circle at a constant speed. At the bottom of the circle she needs to exert an upward force of 56.4 N of force. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is e)
• (cur | prev) 13:48, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,622 bytes) (+3). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 13:48, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,619 bytes) (+1). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 13:47, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,618 bytes) (-1). . (1. Bob twirls a 0.615 kg mass at a constant speed in a 34.0 cm radius circle at a speed of 1.95 m/s. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is he exerting at the top and the bottom)
• (cur | prev) 12:44, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,619 bytes) (+230). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 12:43, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,389 bytes) (+125). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 12:40, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,264 bytes) (+84). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 12:38, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,180 bytes) (+130). . (6. What is the period of motion at a distance of 1.496x10<sup>11</sup> m from the center of the sun? Give it in seconds and in days. (3600 seconds to an hour, 24 hours per day…))
• (cur | prev) 12:36, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,050 bytes) (+1). . (/* 3. Red Elk twirls a 15.0 kg mass in a 1.50 m radius vertical circle. He is so clever that he can do this at a constant speed. At the top, he is pulling down on the mass with a force of 81.0 N. What is the centripetal acceleration of the mass?)
• (cur | prev) 12:36, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,049 bytes) (+2). . (/* 2. Marlene twirls a 2.50 kg mass in a 62.0 cm radius vertical circle at a constant speed. At the bottom of the circle she needs to exert an upward force of 56.4 N of force. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is e)
• (cur | prev) 12:33, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (8,047 bytes) (+711). . (/* 2. Marlene twirls a 2.50 kg mass in a 62.0 cm radius vertical circle at a constant speed. At the bottom of the circle she needs to exert an upward force of 56.4 N of force. What is the centripetal acceleration? What force in what direction is e)
• (cur | prev) 12:28, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,336 bytes) (+5). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:27, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,331 bytes) (+1). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:27, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,330 bytes) (-351). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:27, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,681 bytes) (+103). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:23, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,578 bytes) (+1). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:22, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,577 bytes) (+5). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:22, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,572 bytes) (-29). . (7. You are orbiting a planet with an orbital radius of 7.34x10<sup>6</sup> m at a velocity of 7350 m/s. What is the mass of the planet?)
• (cur | prev) 12:20, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,601 bytes) (+1). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:19, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,600 bytes) (0). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:18, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,600 bytes) (-2). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:18, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,602 bytes) (+66). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:16, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,536 bytes) (+94). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:15, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,442 bytes) (+306). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:13, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (7,136 bytes) (+176). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:11, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (6,960 bytes) (+107). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
• (cur | prev) 12:10, 11 February 2009Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (6,853 bytes) (+15). . (5. What is the orbital velocity 2.00x10<sup>6</sup> m from the center of the moon? What is the period of your motion here?)
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