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    USE OF EQUATION OF MOTION IN TERMS OF RADIAL AND TRANSVERSE DIRECTIONS

    a.) Because along the radial direction:
    Tension in the cord:
    T = m*r*Q_dot^2
    Read Q as theta.
    Q_dot == theta dot = d(Q)/dt = 10t rad/s
    The cord will break when T = 18 N
    => ...

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    This solution describes in 176 words how to find the acceleration and force through using the equation of motion, tension, and time.

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