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An astronaut is rotated in a centrifuge of radius 5.2 m. (a) What is the speed if the acceleration is 6.8g? (b) How many revolutions per minute are required to produce this acceleration?

An astronaut is rotated in a centrifuge of radius 5.2 m. (a) What is the speed if the acceleration is 6.8g? (b) How many revolutions per minute are required to produce this acceleration?

5 years ago

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Deepak Patra
askIITians Faculty
471 Points
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Round off to two significant figures,
v = 19 m/s
Therefore, the speed with which the centrifuge gets rotated is 19 m/s .
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Round off to two significant figures,
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Therefore, the number of revolution made by the centrifuge is 34 rev/ min .
5 years ago
maheen fakih
15 Points
							
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