1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A racecar is turning on a bank inclined at 15%. It's speed is 225 km/h and it's mass is 1450kg. 1. Calculate the radius of curvature 2. Calculate the centripetal acceleration. 3. If the car mantains circular traction, what is the magnitude of the force of static friction 4. What is the coefficient of static friction. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Is it just me or is there too many unknowns to be able to solve this question? (The answers are supposed to be actual numbers, not expressions in terms of unknowns) So , I will have the force of gravity pointing straight down, I will have the Normal Force pointing perpendicular to the bank, and I will have the static friction force (fs) pointing parallel to the bank towards the centre. So my Fy's are supposed to balance so we have: Ny - fy - mg = 0 Ncosθ - μNsinθ - mg = 0 N (cosθ - μsinθ) = mg And for Fx we have fx + Nx = mv^2/R μNcosθ + Nsinθ = mv^2/R N(μcosθ + sinθ) = mv^2/R plug in the N i got from the Fy equations: g(μcosθ + sinθ) / (cosθ - μsinθ) = v^2/R Now, i'm somehow supposed to provide the radius of curvature, and μ, (centripetl acceleration and magnitude of friction will then just come from those 2), but this is a single equation with 2 unknowns, how can i possibly be able to figure out both?