Help with a physics problem?

a pilot flies a "high-g" turn as part of his airshow. this is where the plane is flying in a tight horizontal circle in front of the crowd and banked at a very high angle to the ground. the 81 kg pilot mantains a speed of 167m/s and sustains an upward acceleration of 8g s (8 times earth s acceleration)... show more a pilot flies a "high-g" turn as part of his airshow. this is where the plane is flying in a tight horizontal circle in front of the crowd and banked at a very high angle to the ground. the 81 kg pilot mantains a speed of 167m/s and sustains an upward acceleration of 8g s (8 times earth s acceleration) during the turn. there are no side-to-side forces. what is the radius of the turn made in the plane? what is the angle the plane is banking at to make the turn? also, explain how you would draw a force diagram.

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