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# Two wires and are tied at of small sphere of mass 5 kg, which revolves at a constant speed in the horizontal circle of radius 1.6 m. The minimum value of is

- 3.01
- 4.01
- 8.2
- 3.96

## The correct answer is: 3.96

### From force diagram shown in figure

(i)

(ii)

After solving Eq. (i) and eq. (ii), we get

But

or

or

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