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magnitude of total force acting on a vertically rotating object?

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Default magnitude of total force acting on a vertically rotating object?



A mass of 0.300kg is twirled in a vertical circle with a 1.20m radius. When it is at the location of mid-height, its upward speed is 5.00m/s. Calculate the magnitude of the total force acting on the mass at that location.

It is shown as at approximately 180 degrees.
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