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Presented By:

Devi I.
Welmy Melati P.

Uniform circular motion is the motion that its net shape

circle and its speed is constant.
If we apply Newtons second law
along the radial direction, we find
that the net
force causing the centripetal
acceleration can be evaluated:

as = 2 . r

In NCM, angle accelaration () is constant and

not zero. So, the particel will be happened
tangensial accelaration.
Formula :
at = r .

= o . t

2 = o = 2

= o + 1/2

Because the speed is
constant, the only
direction the force
can have is that of
the centripetal
acceleration. The
force is larger at C
than at A because
the radius at C is
smaller. There is no
force at B because

In addition to the forces
in the centripetal
direction in Quick Quiz
6.4, there are now
tangential forces to
provide the tangential
acceleration. The
tangential force is the
same at all three points
because the tangential
acceleration is constant.


a force has acted on the

puck to cause it to
accelerate called a
fictitious force
real forces are always
due to interactions
between two objects. A
fictitious force appears to
act on an object in the
same way as a real force,
but you cant identify a
second object for a
fictitious force.
Fictitious forces may not
be real forces, but they
can have real effects.

Answer: (c). The only

forces acting on the
passenger are the
contact force with the
door and the friction
force from the seat.
Both of these are real
forces and both act to
the left in picture.
Fictitious forces should
never be drawn in a
force diagram.

Motion in the Presence of Resistive


The magnitude of the resistive force can

depend on speed in a complex way, and
here we consider only two situations.

In the first situation, we assume the

resistive force is proportional to the speed
of the moving object; this assumption is
valid for objects falling slowly through a
liquid and for very small objects, such as
dust particles, moving through air.

In the second situation, we assume a

resistive force that is proportional to the
square of the speed of the moving object;
large objects, such as a skydiver moving
through air in free fall, experience such a



Resistive Force
Proportional to
Object Speed

v = the velocity
of the object
b = a constant

Air Drag at High Speeds

= the density of air,
A = the cross-sectional area
D = the drag coefficient
spherical objects= 0.5
irregularly shaped
V = the velocity
R = the resistive force

Answer: (a). The basketball,

having a larger crosssectional area, will have a
larger force due to air
resistance than the
baseball. This will result in
a smaller net force in the
downward direction and a
smaller downward