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Can You Make The Turn?

Unit 2: Forces in Two Dimensions
Lesson 7 of 16

Objective: Students will apply the concept of centripetal force caused by friction to calculate the maximum speed at which a car can safely make a turn.

Big Idea: The force of friction is the centripetal force that allows vehicles to turn.

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