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PROBLEM: " A car can negotiate an unbanked curve safely at a certain maximum speed when the coefficient of static friction between the tires and the ground is 0.965. At what angle should the same curve be banked for the car to negotiate the curve safely at the same maximum speed without relying on friction?

** Now I know that the equation tan (theta)= v ^2/rg gives the angle, but without the velocity or radius of the circle, how am i supposed to answer this? I also know that I need to do something with the coefficient of static friction, but i just don't know where to start **

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# Finding the angle of a BANKED curve

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