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What velocity is needed for your car to negotiate a 100-meter radius curve banked at a 20.0°
angle? Neglect friction for this calculation
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6 What velocity is needed for your car to negotiate a 100-meter radius curve banked at a 20.0° angle? Neglect friction for this calculation

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Step 1

Velocity is given by,

v=rgtane
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v=rgtane

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Substituting the...

(100m)(9.8m/s)(tan 20°)
=18.89m/s
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(100m)(9.8m/s)(tan 20°) =18.89m/s

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