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in circular motion, body has force and acclrn, towards the centre still the body does not move towards the centre, why??

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Not only one force, two forces act when a body is in circular motion. These are centripetal and centrifugal. These forces act simultaneously and balance each other so that body can perform circular motion.

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centripetal force and centrifugal force are balanced

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TopNewestNot only one force, two forces act when a body is in circular motion. These are centripetal and centrifugal. These forces act simultaneously and balance each other so that body can perform circular motion.

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centripetal force and centrifugal force are balanced

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