8. An amusement park ride is made of a giant cylinder with its axis perpendicular to the ground – like

8. An amusement park ride is made of a giant cylinder with its axis perpendicular to the ground – like a giant soda can. Occupants go inside the cylinder as it begins to spin. At a high enough spin rate the occupants are stuck on the walls and don’t slide down even if they lift their feet. Suppose and the cylinder’s radius is 8.0m. What angular velocity is needed to allow occupants to stick to the walls while seemingly defying gravity


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