**Answer:**

the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.

The centripetal acceleration <em>a</em> of the body is

<em>a</em> = <em>v</em> ² / <em>R</em>

where

• <em>v</em> = tangential speed of the body

• <em>R</em> = radius of the circle

Substituting these into the acceleration gives

<em>a</em> = <em>v</em> ² / <em>R</em> = (5 m/s)² / (5 m)

<em>a</em> = 5 m/s²

We're given the body's weight <em>W</em> = 188 N, so its mass is <em>m</em> = <em>W </em>/ <em>g</em>. Use Newton's second law to get the magnitude of the centripetal force:

<em>F</em> = <em>m a</em> = (<em>W</em> / <em>g</em>) <em>a</em> ≈ (188 N) / (9.80 m/s²) (5 m/s²)

<em>F</em> ≈ **95.9 N**

**Answer:**

C a basketball player pushes into another one and they both fall to the left

**Explanation:**

I believe his is the answer because I don't see any force and not enough reaction

To find the acceleration, we would need to use the equation acceleration= final velocity- initial velocity/elapsed time. Since the final velocity is 35 and the initial velocity is 65, we can subtract 65 from 35 first, which gives us -30. Then if we divide that by the elapsed time, which is 10, we get -3. Your acceleration is -3 meters per second.

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