**Mathematics of Circular Motion - Physics Classroom**
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The net force (Fnet) acting upon an object moving in circular motion is directed inwards. While there may by more than one force acting upon the object, the vector sum of all of them should add up to the net force. In general, the inward force is larger than the outward force (if any) such that the outward force cancels and the unbalanced force is ...

**The net force (Fnet) acting upon an** object moving in** circular motion** is directed inwards. While there may by more than one force acting upon the object, the vector sum of all of them should add up to the net** force.** In general, the inward force is larger than the outward force (if any) such that the outward force cancels and the unbalanced force is ...

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