Question #638f8

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Jun 16, 2017

Answer:

Acceleration towards the centre of the circle

Explanation:

Isn't it centripetal acceleration? I don't think there is an acceleration called centripedal.
If it is centripetal acceleration,

"Centripetal acceleration is the idea that any object moving in a circle will have an acceleration vector pointed towards the center of that circle. Centripetal means towards the center".

You can find out the centripetal acceleration, using this formula,

Centripetal acceleration=#(V^2)/r#
V= speed
r= the radius of the circle

Source: http://study.com/academy/lesson/centripetal-acceleration-definition-formula-example.html

I hope this helps