1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The problem is: An amusement park is replacing it's stand-up roller coaster with a G-Force ride. Riders will enter the ride at the apex and lean against the wall of the ride. The G-force ride will speed up until riders reach height h above the apex. Determine the minimum speed v needed to keep riders at a constant height h (in terms of h, β, μs, and constant g). Given the wall of the ride make an angle β with the vertical, and the coefficient of static friction between the bodies and the surface of the walls is μs. 2. Relevant equations a= (4*π^2*R)/T^2 a∆t = v2 - v1 d = 1/2(v1 + v2)∆t d = v1∆t + 1/2a∆t² d = v2∆t - 1/2a∆t² v2² = v1² + 2ad (sinA)/a=(sinB)/b=(sinC)/c c^2=a^2 + b^2 - 2abcosC Fnet = ma 3. The attempt at a solution I have tried using the equations above in attempt to see if any can be used to solve this problem, but I am completely stuck. I do not know where to start and I am very confused as to how this problem can be solved. I have attached a picture to give a better understanding of the problem.