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How do I find the non-uniform speed of a circular object?

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The change in direction is accounted by radial acceleration ( centripetal acceleration ), which is given by the following relation: a=v^2/r a = radio acceleration v = velocity r = radius If you have a more specific question, feel free to message directly or ask another question.