Physics

Grade-10

Easy

Question

# On which factor does the centripetal acceleration not depend?

- Radius of the circle formed
- Speed of the object
- Both
- None fo the above

Hint:

### a=

## The correct answer is: None fo the above

### The centripetal acceleration ac has a magnitude equal to the square of the body's speed v along the curve divided by the distance r from the centre of the circle to the moving body; that is, a=

So None of the above

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