Posted by **Micah** on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 3:32pm.

A 52.0-kilogram skateboarder does a trick on a half-pipe. During the trick, he reaches a speed of 8.90 m/s. The radius of the half-pipe ramp is 3.00 meters. What is the minimum centripetal force necessary to keep the skater on the ramp?

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