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A 1500kg car drives around a flat curve with a radius of 52m the car has an acceleration of 52m/s^2. What is the maximum force needed so the car will not slip?

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The maximum force needed so the car will not slip in a flat curve is given. With a good explanation, the solution is calculated.

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Mass of the car (m) = 1500 kg
Radius of the path (r)= 52 m
Acceleration (a)= ...

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