Humpback whales sometimes catch fish by swimming rapidly in a circle, blowing a curtain of bubbles that

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Humpback whales sometimes catch fish by swimming rapidly in a circle, blowing a curtain of bubbles that confuses a school of fish and traps it in a small area, where the whales can easily catch and eat them. Suppose a 28,000-kg humpback whale swims at 2.2 m/s in a circle of radius 8.5 m. What centripetal force must the whale generate?
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Physics

ISBN: 978-0321976444

5th edition

Authors: James S. Walker

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