1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A beetle with a mass of 30.0 g is initially at rest on the outer edge of a horizontal turntable that is also initially at rest. The turntable, which is free to rotate with no friction about an axis through its center, has a mass of 80.0 g and can be treated as a uniform disk. The beetle then starts to walk around the edge of the turntable, traveling at an angular velocity of 0.0600 rad/s clockwise with respect to the turntable. a. With respect to you, motionless as you watch the beetle and turntable, what is the angular velocity of the beetle? Use a positive sign if the answer is clockwise, and a negative sign if the answer is counter-clockwise. b. What is the angular velocity of the turntable (with respect to you)? Use a positive sign if the answer is clockwise, and a negative sign if the answer is counter-clockwise. c. If a mark is placed on the turntable at the beetle’s starting point, how long does it take the beetle to reach the mark again? 2. Relevant equations L= I theta L= mvrsin 3. The attempt at a solution I know in order to find the angular velocity of the beetle with respect to me, i need to know the angular velocity of the turntable, but without the radius, i cannot figure out how to find this.