1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 1kg engine rotates at 1 rad/sec about a point on a 3meter wire. The engine produces an acceleration of 1 rad/sec^2 and is fird for 2 minutes. a) What is the ω at the end of 2 minutes? b) what's the tension in the wire at the end of 2 min.? c) how far will the engine travel in meters while it's accelerating? d) what's the Kinetic Energy of the engine after it shuts down? 2. Relevant equations a)ω=radius/Time or ω= θ/Time B) ??? c) S=rθ θ= ωi(T)+1/2αT^2 d) KE=1/2(Ι)(angluar acceleration)(T)^2 Ι=1/2mr^2 3. The attempt at a solution a) ω=radius/Time ω=3/120= 0.25 rad/sec b)??? c) ??? d) Ι=1/2mr^2 Ι=1/2(1)(3)^2= 3 KE=1/2(Ι)(angluar acceleration)(T)^2 KE=1/2(3)(1)(120)^2 KE=21600 J need help with b&c and with corroborating a&d! thanks!!