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Posted by heather on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 7:10pm.

consider the magnitude of the normal force that the pilot's seat exerts on him at the bottom of a dive. The plane is traveling at 273 m/s on a vertical circle of radius 706 m. Determine the ratio of the normal force to the magnitude of the pilot's weight. For comparison, note that black-out can occur for ratios as small as 2 if the pilot is not wearing an anti-G suit.

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