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Circular motion

A partical moves on a circular path of radius R in such a way that its tangential acceleration is always equal to its radial acceleration in magnitude.If it starts with initial speed Vo,find the time taken to complete one cycle?
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Asked on: 25 Apr 2010

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Replied at: 03 May 2010
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