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a frictionless track ABCDE ends in a circular loop of radius "R". A body slides down the track from point "A" which is at height "h" = 5 cm. Maximum value of "R", for which the body successfully completes the loop is ???

What if the track is not frictionless ??

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pls give the diagram.

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