Define centripetal acceleration.

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Centripetal acceleration is the acceleration experienced by an object moving in a circular path. It is directed towards the center of the circle and its magnitude is given by the formula: (a_c = frac{v^2}{r}), where (v) is the linear velocity and (r) is the radius of the circular path.

Centripetal acceleration is the acceleration experienced by an object moving in a circular path. It is directed towards the center of the circle and its magnitude is given by the formula: (a_c = frac{v^2}{r}), where (v) is the linear velocity and (r) is the radius of the circular path.

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