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If the speed of the object is doubled, the centripetal acceleration of the object is...
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centripetal acceleration= velocity squared divided by radius

                               ac = (v^2)/r

 If speed is doubled,

                             ac =  (2v)^2/r

                                   = 4(v)^2/r
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