Motion in a Circle – GCSE Physics

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Objects that move in a circular path may have a constant speed, but because they are changing direction they must have a constantly changing velocity and are therefore accelerating.

The size of the centripetal force depends on the objects mass, speed and how far away it is from the centre of rotation.

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