1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A wheel, with circumference 0.6 m and moment of inertial 43 kg m2 about its center, rotates about a frictionless axle with angular velocity 13 radians per second. A brake is applied which supplies a constant force to a point on the perimeter of the wheel of 9 N, tangent to the wheel and opposing the motion. How many revolutions will the wheel make before coming to rest? 2. Relevant equations KErotational=I*Omega2 Torque=I*alpha I=M*R2 3. The attempt at a solution I'm lost at how to start this problem, I tried to get the deceleration caused by the 9N force applied on the wheel by Newton's Second Law but I couldn't get the mass, so i used the I=M*R2 equation to get the mass and then used F=M*a to find the deceleration, took that answer and divided by 2pi to find the revolutions, but the answer was off. What am I missing?