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While deriving the equation for maximum velocity on a banked road inclined at an angle (theta) , why is the normal reaction R related to mg as Rcos(theta)=mg and not mg cos(theta)=R; while in the problems regarding a block sliding on an inclined plane, we take R=mgcos(theta)?

Asked by 24th February 2013, 12:00 AM
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Answer:
In banked road:
 
 
If we draw the both diagram in one:
It is no where contradictory.
Answered by Expert 11th March 2013, 6:03 PM
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