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A 66.7 kg cart is moving at 11.9 m/s around a horizontal curve whose radius is 30.5 m. What is the magnitude of the fictional force required to keep the cart from sliding?

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    frictionforce=mg*mu
    cetnripetal disruptive force=mv^2/r

    set them equal, solve for mu.

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