1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The moment of inertia (I) of the bicycle wheel about the axle, can be obtained graphically using the equation: rm(g-a) = I(a/r)+Frictional Torque. Explain how to form two variables so that, I and Frictional Torque can be obtained from a linear graph. Identify the constants corresponding to the slope and intercept of the proposed linear graph. r = 0.018m m=0.200kg g=9.8m/s^2 a=0.002812 I=? Frictional Torque= ? 2. Relevant equations (1) rm(g-a) = I(a/r)+Frictional Torque. (2) y=mx+b 3. The attempt at a solution Im not sure if im 100% right on this but, equation one could take the form of equation two. m being I. x being whats changing, ie. acceleration b being the y intercept, ie frictional torque Just unsure where to go from there a how to graph it.