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Circular Motion: Centripetal Acceleration

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A ball is hanging on the end of a 0.35 m long string which is being swung such that the ball follows a circular path, performing 12.7 revolutions in 18.6 seconds. What is the centripetal acceleration which makes the ball travel in a circular path?

m/s2

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