1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two children ride on a Merry-go-round. One is 2 m from the axis of rotation and the other is 4m from it. Which child has the larger; I. linear speed II. acceleration III. angular speed and IV. angular displacement 2. Relevant equations 1) Linear Speed: v = ωr 2) Acceleration: a = F / m 3) Angular Speed = No. of radian/sec = ω = θ/t 4) Delta Theta = Theta(base1) - Theta(base0) 3. The attempt at a solution I think I need to just pick one of the four, based on the information of the two children riding the mgr. Since child one is 2m from the axis of roation h/she is is traveling slower with a greater angular speed because the radius is smaller. The other, at 4m is traveling faster because the radius is greater than the other, in comparison. Any other possibilities?