Coriolis Effect
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In a rotating frame, if an object of mass has the axial velocity, then it will be given the Coriolis Force.

Which of the following objects are given the Coriolis Force notably?



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A moving train travelling from south to north

A basketball passingthrough two teammates

A drop of water falling from 1000 miles high at the North Pole.

A boy standing still in a moving merry-go-round

The train is given the coriolis force, because it satisfies all three factors.

The water does not have the angle velocity.

The basketball's mass is too small to be ignored, not notable enough.

The boy does not move, so he does not have the axial velocity.



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