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  1. #1 Classical mechanics problem 
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    A driver wishes to drive in a circle of radius R on the parking lot, inclined
    at the certain angle with respect to horizontal, without slipping.
    There is a friction between the car's tires and the parking lot's ground.
    What's the maximum speed of the car? What is the speed of the car at the opposite points
    of the circle, lying on its horizontal diameter?
    Sorry, but I could not figure out the way to insert 'teta' for the angle and 'mu' for the coefficient of friction...
    Last edited by gainwmn; 12-12-2017 at 12:05 AM. Reason: Unended problem statement
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    Quote Originally Posted by gainwmn View Post
    A driver wishes to drive in a circle of radius R on the parking lot with the angle of the ground with respect to horizontal is
    The easiest way to compute the answer is to divide the radius R by the
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