Determine instantaneous acceleration vector of an object, Physics

For an object moving in uniform circular motion, the direction of the instantaneous acceleration vector is:

w)  tangent to the path of motion

x)  equal to zero

y)  directed radially outward

z)  directed radially inward

Ans:

The direction of the instantaneous acceleration vector is directed radially inward, for an object moving in uniform circular motion.

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