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    in the earlier tutorials, he said that the particle is accelerating toward centre and V is at its max at the centre. is acceleration constant and where would the max be and why?

    the equation for accretion hes using is: a = - w^2 s
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    did he also take magnitude of a (x, so we would get a positive value? he didnt explain why hes doing what hes doing.
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    I get it
 
 
 
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