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How to find the position vector of a particle showing circular motion if the acceleration vector & velocity vector is known?



The magnitude of the position vector can be found out by using the relation:
a= \frac{mv^2}{r}
The direction is -(unit vector in the direction of acceleration vector) or at 90 to the velocity vector
0 0 0
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