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# What is the centripetal force for an object of mass 50 Kg with the following specifications moving in a uniform circular motion.

Distance between the object and the axis point is 40 m. Object’s speed is 50 m/s.

- 1600 N
- – 1600 N
- 3125 N
- – 3125 N

Hint:

## The correct answer is: 3125 N

### mass = 50 kg

radius = 40 m

speed = 50 m/s

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