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You are driving your race car around a circular test track. Which would have a greater effect on the magnitude of your acceleration, doubling your speed or moving to a track with half the radius? Why?

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  1. a carton of eggs sits on the horizontal seat of a car as the car rounds a 26 meter radius bend at 16.5m/s. what is the minimum coefficient of friction that must exist between the carton and the seat if the eggs are not to slip?

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  2. You are driving your race car around a circular test track. Which would have a greater effect on the magnitude of your acceleration, doubling your speed or moving to a track with half the radius? Why?

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