Imagine you are on an amusement park and on a train ride. At some point the train ride follows a horizontal circle of radius r = 5.00 m around a center “O”. At what magnitude of tangential velocity of the train carts do you have a centripetal acceleration with magnitude of 2.5g? g is the standard gravitational acceleration on the surface of theEarth.a. about 2.42 m/sb. about 123 m/sc. about 11.1 m/sd. about 19.8 m/s

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Imagine you are on an amusement park and on a train ride. At some point the train ride follows a horizontal circle of radius r = 5.00 m around a center “O”. At what magnitude of tangential velocity of the train carts do you have a centripetal acceleration with magnitude of 2.5g?

g is the standard gravitational acceleration on the surface of the
Earth.
a. about 2.42 m/s
b. about 123 m/s
c. about 11.1 m/s
d. about 19.8 m/s

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