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A bike with a mass of 24 kg is moving at a speed of 5 m/s at the top of a semi-circular hill which has a radius of 10 meters. What is the amount of normal force acting on the car in Newtons?

Answer #1

Gravitational acceleration = g = 9.81 m/s^{2}

Mass of the bike = m = 24 kg

Speed of the bike = V = 5 m/s

Radius of the semi-circular hill = R = 10 m

Normal force on the bike = N

The bike has two forces acting on it it's weight which is downward and the normal force which is upwards and the net force(downwards) of these two forces on the bike is equal to the centripetal force for the bike to go in circular motion.

N = 175.44 N

Normal force on the bike = 175.44 N

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