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Posted by Dan on Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 12:56pm.

A pilot, whose mass is 91.0 kg, makes a loop-the-loop in a fast jet. Assume that the jet maintains a constant speed of 125 m/s and that the radius of the loop-the-loop is 0.478 km. What is the apparent weight that the pilot feels (i.e., the force with which the pilot presses against the seat) at the bottom of the loop-the-loop?
What is the pilot's apparent weight at the top of the loop-the-loop?

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