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Posted by **justin** on Monday, July 1, 2013 at 7:08pm.

a) The top of the ride

b) The bottom of the ride

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**Elena**, Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 2:18pma= v²/R.

top

ma= mg –N

N=m(g-a) =

=m (g- v²/R) =

= 34.1{9.8 - (4.23²/9.15 )}=

=267 N.

bottom

ma=N-mg

N= m(g+a) =

= m (g+ v²/R) =

= 34.1{9.8 +(4.23²/9.15 )}=

=401 N

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