This is how it looks like. But I argue upon each & every point of it.
- Here , the car is turning but it’s direction of WHEELS is straight , which implies that direction of velocity of car is tangentially straight. How is that possible ? If the car is turning , then the front wheels of car also turn & are not straight in direction. Only the direction of back side wheels of car is straight.
Even if I think for a time dt covered by car , then also car is going to turn in direction which I think is VT but not straight. Where am I going wrong ?
EDIT: I was revising Acceleration in circular motion & I got to know that a particle moving in a circle has 2 components. Radial & tangential vectors. We know if there are two component vector , then they have to be of s Resultant vector i.e vector in between the two vectors. So , I think the V in the diagram above has to be tangential velocity & centripetal velocity is just not shown in the diagram. Am I right ?