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`        why does a cyclist lean inwards while moving along a curved road?`
10 months ago

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```							Dear Ashwin,While moving in a curved path, the cyclist experiences a centrifugal force to counterbalence that centrifugal force cyclist lean inward , this make the centrifugal force balenced by a component of mg ..Thanks and RegardsAdarsh
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10 months ago
ASh
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```							but for a 5 mark question i cannot writ this much please help me again
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10 months ago
ravinder
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```							cyclist curve inward  to approch necessary centripetal force for taking safely curve which is provided by force of friction.
as centripetal force f =mv2?/r
let weight of cyclist =mg. normal reaction R act due to his weight now resolving R into 2 components
i.e

Rsin$\Theta$?= providing necessary centripetal force =mv?2?/r
???Rcos$\Theta$?= normal reaction of cyclist weight =weight of cyclist act vertically downward
from 1 and 2

we get Rsin$\Theta$/Rcos$\Theta$ =mv2?/r/mg
now sin/cos$\Theta$ =v2?/rg
tan$\Theta$?=v?2/rg
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9 months ago
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