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An object turns about a center with constant tangential speed of 5.425m/s. The object is attached to the center by means of a cord of length 2m, and of negligable weight. Determine the values of radius of rotation "R" and "h".
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The expert analyzes dynamics problems for constant tangential speeds. The value of radius of rotation is determined.

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