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A curve at a racetrack has a radius of 600 m and is banked at an angle of 7.0 degrees. On a rainy day, the coefficient of friction between the cars' tires and the track is 0.50. Part A. What is the maximum speed at which a car could go around this curve without slipping? Give answer as vmax= and m/s

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