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The force on an object in uniform circular motion is given

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The force on an object in uniform circular motion is given by F = m v2 / r . Consider two equal-mass objects moving around the same circle, one with speed v1 and one with speed v2 where v1 = 2 v2 . What is the ratio of the forces on these two objects? Now the two objects move at the same speed around the same circle but have different masses m1 and m2 where m1 = 2 m2. What is the ratio of the forces on the two objects?

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