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what is centrepetal force and what is centrefugal force?

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If we are viewing a body traversing circular motion with the velocity "v" in a circle of radius "r" and the mass of the body is "m"then this body will

experience a force which will be directed towards the centre of the circle this is centrepetal force .But when we place ourselves on the reference

frame of the body then to describe all this we will experience a psuedo force on the body this psuedo force is the centrefugal force . So the most

important thing is that both these forces can not be experienced  from the same reference frame. 

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