Q11 Help With Physics Problem question 11

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Jun 24th, 2015

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Here how to solve this problem

You are given the mass of the ball  and the distance. First, you need to find the radius, r of the circle that the ball is rotating around. 

The equation for finding the velocity of the ball in circular movement is 

v = 2*Pi * r/ T

The equation for the period, T is T = 2*Pi*r/ V

So you need to solve for the radius. The ball is hanging in the thread and rotating like a cone shape. So you need to find the radius, r of the cone. You are given the height, h= 1.9m  of the cone. The equation to find the r of the cone is

r = h * tan( 32 degree)

r = 1.9 * (0.624)

 = 1.18 m

To find the velocity, use this equation

v = (g*r)^2

 = (9.8 m/s^2 * 1.18m)^2

 = 3.4 m/s

So the speed of the ball in circular motion is 3.4 m/s

Let answer the second question of how long it takes , Tperiod  for the ball to rotate once around the axis.

Tperiod = 2 Pi * r/ V

             = (2 * 3.14* 1.18m) / 3.4 m/s

             = 2.18 s

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