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Asked Feb 17, 2019

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In a vertical dive, a peregrine falcon can accelerate at 0.6 times the free-fall acceleration ? (that is, at 0.6? ) in reaching a speed of about 120 m/s. If a falcon pulls out of a dive into a circular arc at this speed and can sustain a radial acceleration of 0.6?, what is the radius ? of the turn?

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Step 1

The radius of the tun can be calculated using following steps.

Given:

Step 2

Calculation:

The radial accele...

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