1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A car is traveling through a valley at a constant speed, though not a constant velocity and (I believe) it is at the bottom. If the car's speed is 25 m/s, its mass is 1200 kg and the radius of the valley (r) is 25 meters, Use your force diagram to create a Fnet=ma equation for the Y-Direction. Then determine the magnitude of the force of the road acting on the car. (i.e. the Force Normal) 2. Relevant equations m = mass; v = velocity; r = radius Fnet=(mv2)/r 3. The attempt at a solution So I know the force body diagram. Fn (Normal Force) is greater than Fg (gravity). Then when I continue to work with the equation I can come up with Fg - Fn = (mv2)/r which then becomes Fn = Fg - (mv2)/r However after this step I don't know what to plug in or even how to solve for the numbers that need to be plugged in. Well gravity will be 11760 N but after that I am lost. Thanks!