# The circular motion of a body moving around without changing its position

**circular**

**motion**is accelerated because the velocity changes due to continuous change in the direction of

**motion**. So, even when the

**body**moves ta a constant speed, its velocity is not constant. Thus, for a

**body**

**moving**in

**a**

**circular**path at a constant speed, its velocity changes continuously. The change in velocity gives rise to an.

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**accelerating.**This is because it is changing direction ( it isn't moving in a straight line). The direction of this acceleration is towards the centre of the circle and the magnitude is given by: a = v 2 /r; where v is the speed and r is the radius of the circle.. An object is said to be

**moving**in uniform

**circular**

**motion**when it maintains a constant speed while traveling in a circle. ... an object traveling in a

**circular**path would move from

**position**

**A**at time t 1 where its velocity is labeled v o to

**position**B at time t 2 where its velocity is labeled v f. Note that the magnitude of v f equals that of v.

**The**acceleration of an object

**moving**in a circle can be determined by either two of the following equations. The equation on the right (above) is derived from the equation on the left by the substitution of the expression for speed. The net force ( Fnet) acting upon an object

**moving**in

**circular**

**motion**is directed inwards.

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**A**plane looping the loop. A DVD, CD or record spinning on its turntable. Satellites

**moving**in orbits

**around**

**the**Earth. A planet orbiting the sun (almost

**circular**orbit for many) Many fairground rides. An electron in orbit about a nucleus. Remember that

**motion**in a circle is only a special case of

**motion**in a curve.

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**A**

**body**is said to be in

**motion**if

**its**

**position**with respect to the observer changes with time. Page No 121: ... It is the

**motion**

**of**an object about an axis and its different parts move through different distances, without any change in its

**position**.

**It**is

**the**

**motion**

**of**an object in a

**circular**path and its

**position**changes continuously.