Problem: A car travels around a curve banked at a 15° incline, with a radius of curvature of 10 m. If a 1000 kg car had a coefficient of static friction between the road and its tires of 0.5, what is the maximum speed that the car can round the curve at?  

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A car travels around a curve banked at a 15° incline, with a radius of curvature of 10 m. If a 1000 kg car had a coefficient of static friction between the road and its tires of 0.5, what is the maximum speed that the car can round the curve at?

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