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Naeem
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Q. A biology student rides her bike around a corner of radius 24 meter at a steady speed of 8.3 m/sec. The combined mass of the student and the bike is 87 kg. The coefficent of static friction between the bike and the road is μs = 0.39.
What is the magnitude of the total force between the bike tire and the road?
Is it F = umg + mv^2 / R [ 'u' here is the static firction 0.39 ]
Is this right.
What is the magnitude of the total force between the bike tire and the road?
Is it F = umg + mv^2 / R [ 'u' here is the static firction 0.39 ]
Is this right.