A single bead can slide with negligible friction on a wire that is bent into a circular

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A single bead can slide with negligible friction on a wire that is bent into a circular loop of radius 15.0 cm, as in Figure P6.68. The circle is always in a vertical plane and rotates steadily about its vertical diameter with
(a) a period of 0.450 s. The position of the bead is described by the angle θ that the radial line, from the center of the loop to the bead, makes with the vertical. At what angle up from the bottom of the circle can the bead stay motionless relative to the turning circle?
(b) What If? Repeat the problem if the period of the circle’s rotation is 0.850 s

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The area of a circle is given by the formula:
A = ?r^2
Where A is the area, ? is a mathematical constant (approximately 3.14), and r is the radius of the circle. The radius is the distance from the center of the circle to the edge.
So for example, if the radius of a circle is 5 units, the area would be:
A = ?(5^2) = ?(25) = 78.5 square units
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