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Why does each chair make the same angle to the vertical in this amusement park ride?

This specific amusement park ride looks like this (the ride is turning with seats attached by chains):
http://blog.asiahotels.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/wave-swinger.jpg

Why is it that when the ride is functioning and working that each chair/seat moves at the same angle to the vertical as each other even if they have different masses in them?

Could someone please provide a somewhat detailed, mathematical and in-physics-terms explanation for this? It may refer to ciruclar motion and the ride’s frequency.
The ride’s called a Wave Swinger, by the way.

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An amusement park ride consists of a large vertical cylinder that spins around its axis fast enough such that?

An amusement park ride consists of a large vertical cylinder that spins around its axis fast enough such that any person inside is held up against the wall when the floor drops away. The coefficient of static friction between person and wall is µs, and the radius of the cylinder is R.

What is the minimum revolutions per minute necessary to keep the person from falling, assuming that R = 3.00 m and µs = 0.600. (rev/min)