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26 June, 09:50

A car weighing 11.1 kN and traveling at 13.4 m/s without negative lift attempts to round an unbanked curve with a radius of 61.0 m. (a) What magnitude of the frictional force on the tires required to keep the car f static friction between the tire or not ("yes" or "no") ? on its circular If the coefficient ro s 0.35, is the attempt at taking the curve successf (a) Number Units (b)

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  1. 26 June, 11:19
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    Well ...

    Explanation:

    That's impossible. I know because I once weighed 11.1 kN, and I was temporarily immobile. It's probably the same for a car, and therefore it can not be "traveling" anywhere at all ... unless you put the car on an airplane or a boat or something.
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