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`a = sqrt( a_"rad"^2 + a_"tan"^2)`

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The **Acceleration in non-uniform Circular Motion** calculator computes the magnitude of the acceleration vector for a particle or point in non-uniform circular motion.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

**a**- This is the tangential component of acceleration_{tan}**a**- This is the radial component of acceleration_{rad}

**Acceleration (a):** The calculator computes the magnitude of the acceleration vector in meters per second squared. However, the user can automatically convert the answer into several other acceleration units.

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**CLICK HERE.** - Angular Frequency as a function of orbital period,.
- Speed of Circular Motion as a function of orbital period and radius,
**CLICK HERE**. - Radial Acceleration as a function of orbital period and radius,
**CLICK HERE**.