*. If an automobile moves at a constant speed over a hill that is in the form of a vertical circular circle, what speed can it reach without losing contact with road at the top of the hill? Carl Mungan, The Physics Teacher, shows that despite many textbook references to the contrary, a car can leave the ground at the bottom of a peak. Three cases are presented to show the subtleties of the different physics principles. Mungan presents a convincing argument that dispels the long-held belief that a car can leave a road at the top a smooth hill.
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