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FireKat97

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I'm stuck on this question..

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  1. FireKat97
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  2. anonymous
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  3. BAdhi
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    question please ?

  4. FireKat97
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    Oh on my screen Ive already posted it..

  5. FireKat97
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    one sec

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  7. BAdhi
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    oh my bad.. didnt see that i can scroll it left :$

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    haha no worries :)

  9. BAdhi
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    havent they given the answer already in the question a= 0.7m/s^-2

  10. FireKat97
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    nope, thats what I thought too, but apparently thats yet another piece of info needed to get the answer out...

  11. FireKat97
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    I found this sample solution online but it made no sense to me tbh..

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  13. BAdhi
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    oh i think they have given the "total acceleration" which consist of the acceleration towards the center (maybe from air pressure or something) + accleration of the plane by itself. from radius of curvature you can find the perpendicular component . since total acceleration vector = perpendicular acceleraton component + acceleration vector of generated by the plane you can find the acceleration vector generated by the plane from that

  14. FireKat97
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    so the perpendicular component is the acceleration toward the centre?

  15. BAdhi
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    I guess so. That can be obtained with the radius of curvature

  16. FireKat97
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    ummm okay thanks, but how would we know to include the acceleration toward the centre?

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