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  1. idku
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    In a loop-the-loop ride a car goes around a vertical, circular loop at a constant speed. The car has a mass m = *210* kg and moves with speed v = *16.06* m/s. The loop-the-loop has a radius of R = *9.9* m. |dw:1442541820874:dw| What is the magnitude of the normal force on the care when it is at the bottom of the circle? (But as the car is accelerating upward.)

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    Can someone help please?

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    I will do it on my own I guess.... I found sample problems that are like this.... I am closing this question.

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