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An athlete running on curved track with 15 m radius and with speed of 6.7 m/s. If the athlete doesn't tilt to avoid falling down then calculate the torque on the athlete. Assume that the height of the athlete is 1.7 m and center of mass is at 57.1% of total height!

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The torque calculation is impossible. Good luck on the take home test though! Never thought of posting the questions online...

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