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Uniform Circular Motion Presentation Free Response #02

A car, traveling at a speed of 25 m/s, rounds a flat curve whose radius is 125 m.a. Draw a side view free body diagram for the car. Indicate the direction of acceleration.b. Use that free body diagram to set up the equations needed to determine the frictional force acting on the car.c. Solve those equations for the coefficient of friction between the tires and the road.These videos are part of a unit of instruction created by NJCTL. Students and teachers can find additional free instruction on this topic at the site listed below. This includes the full unit presentation, homework with solutions, and assessments (teachers only).Uniform Circular Motion Presentation - http://njctl.org/courses/science/algebra-based-physics/uniform-circular-motion/uniform-circular-motion-presentation-2/
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