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Show that the maximum speed on a banked corner where the coefficient of friction between the road and tyres is 0.8 for dry roads and 0.3 when wet:

v=sqrt[(rg(sin(theta) + mu cos (theta)))/(cos(theta)-mu sin(theta))]

where r= the corner radius, mu = the coefficient of friction, theta = the angle of banking

I am unsure of how to approach this. Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Maximum speed on banked corner

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