1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A uniform disk 0.3m in diameter and having a mass of 2 kg isfree to rotate about its horizontal axis on frictionless bearings.An object with a mass of 0.05 kg is attached to a string wound around the rim of the disk. The object is released from rest and descends with constant linear acceleration. Calculate: (a) the moment of inertia of the disk; (b) the linear acceleration of the descending object; (c) the angular acceleration of the disk; and(d) the tension in the string. Diameter of Disk : 0.3 m mass of disk = 2 Kg mass of attached object = 0.05 kg 2. Relevant equations I = 1/2*mass*radius^2 Linear acceleration =Force/Mass Angular Acceleration=linear acceleration/radius 3. The attempt at a solution For A. I = 1/2(2 kg)(0.15 m)^2 = 0.0225 kg.m^2 B. LA= [(0.05 kg)(9.81 m/s^2)] / 2 kg = 0.24525 m/s^2 C. AA= (0.2452 m/s^2) / 0.15 m = 1.635 rad/s^2 D. Not sure where to begin I have attempted using known equations to me. I am not sure if I am using right equations to begin with. Help will be greatly appreciated.