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What is the necessary coefficient of friction needed to keep a 1200 kg car on a road moving at a speed of 27 m/s on a turn with a radius of 30 meters?

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  1. centripetal force=friction force
    mv^2/r=mg*coefficient

    solve for coefficient. Notice mass divides out.

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