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What formulas are available for writing a moving object’s accel-eration as a sum of its tangential and normal components? Give an example. Why might one want to write the acceleration this way? What if the object moves at a constant speed? At a constant speed around a circle?

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To determine the formulas available for writing a moving object’s acceleration as a sum of its tangential and normal components. Give an example.

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To begin with the velocity of the moving object given as

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Next,&nbs...

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