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    a 20-g bead is attached to a light 120-cm-long string as shown in the figure. this bead moves in a horizontal circle with a constant speed of 1.5 m/s. what is the tension in the string if the angle α is measured to be 25°?

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    How to calculate the speed of an object attached to a string

    Homework Statement The question and the known/given variables are on the image in part 3. The question says that a 20-g bead is attached to a light 120...

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    Thread starter aron silvester Start date Dec 5, 2017 Dec 5, 2017 #1 aron silvester

    Homework Statement

    The question and the known/given variables are on the image in part 3. The question says that a 20-g bead is attached to a light 120 cm-long string. Now in my mind the bead will travel in a circular path if it is pushed really hard. So Isn't the length of the string, 120 cm, the radius of the circle? In my work, I had to solve for the radius. I found a solution online and this is their work. The correct answer is 1.1 m/s.

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    It's in part 3 in the image.

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    Dec 5, 2017 #2 mfb Mentor

    The bead rotates in 3 D while keeping its height. It is not a typical pendulum. The r in the lower left part of the image is the horizontal separation of the object - the radius of the horizontal motion. It is a bit confusing that the same variable name is used again.

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    Dec 5, 2017 #3 aron silvester mfb said:

    The bead rotates in 3 D while keeping its height. It is not a typical pendulum. The r in the lower left part of the image is the horizontal separation of the object - the radius of the horizontal motion. It is a bit confusing that the same variable name is used again.

    Wow, it makes so much sense now! Thanks!!!!

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