< Mentor Note -- thread moved to HH from the technical physics forums, so no HH Template is shown > I've searched for help before posting, found this thread that is asking for the same assignment by unfinished so I'll just copy and paste lol https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/physics-lab-normal-force-please-help.585328/ A 1000-kg car moves at a maximum speed so that it does not skid off the 50-m radius level track. If the coefficient of static friction between the road and wheels is 0.80. What is the maximum speed? Assume that the gravitational constant is 10.0 N/kg =10.0 m/s. Use the simulations in 4.5 Car Circles a Track to check your answers. Write an equation for the vertical y-component form of Newton's second law. Determine the magnitude of the normal force. Then use a force law equation to determine the magnitude of the static friction force. Write an equation for the radial component form of Newton's second law. Use this to determine the maximum speed that the car can travel so that it does not skid (so that friction can provide the needed force to keep the car moving in a circle). Once you have calculated the maximum speed adjust the speed slider in the 4th simulation to this speed and see if the car stays on the track. The person that helped said it would be 8000 newts. I get 80 000 because I multiplied f(n) i did f(static)=msfn. Where did I go wrong?