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A roller-coaster car at an amusement park has a mass of 1200 kg when fully loaded with passengers. As the car passes over the top of a circular hill of radius 18 m, assume that its speed is not changing. At the top of the hill, what are the (a) magnitude

$F_N$

and (b) direction (up or down) of the normal force on the car from the track if the car’s speed is ν = 11 m/s? What are (c)

$F_N$

and (d) the direction if ν = 14 m/s?

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- Radius of hill $R=18\; \text{m}$
- Speed of wheel $v=80 \; \text{kg}=6.1 \;\text{m/s}$
- Mass of roller coaster $m=1200 \; \text{kg}$

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