Problem: A small rock with mass 2.00 kg slides on the inside of a circular track that has radius 0.600 m. When the block is at highest point of its path (point A), its speed is 3.00 m/s. What is the downward normal force that the track exerts on the block when it is at point A during its motion?A) 10.4 NB) 15.0 NC) 19.6 ND) 30.0 NE) 49.6 NF) None of the above answers

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A small rock with mass 2.00 kg slides on the inside of a circular track that has radius 0.600 m. When the block is at highest point of its path (point A), its speed is 3.00 m/s. What is the downward normal force that the track exerts on the block when it is at point A during its motion?

A) 10.4 N

B) 15.0 N

C) 19.6 N

D) 30.0 N

E) 49.6 N

F) None of the above answers

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