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A car is traveling at a high speed when it banks into a sharp left turn.
Which of the following statements BEST describes the reason a passenger in the vehicle is pressed outwards against the right side of the vehicle?
The centrifugal force of the circular turn pushes them outwards.
The centripetal force of the circular turn pushes them outwards.
The passenger's inertia maintains their velocity through the circular path since objects in motion tend to stay in motion.
The force of friction between the seat and the passenger does not generate sufficient inward force.
The force exerted by the door on the passenger does not exert inward sufficient force.