The four wheels of a car have each a mass of 25kg and a radius of 30cm. The car's mass is 1000kg. We neglect the losses due to friction. We assimilate the wheels to homogeneous cylinders. a) What is the total kinetic energy of the car and the wheels if the speed of the car is 30m/s. b) What distance will the car travel till it stops going up an incline of 10 degrees if the initial speed is of 30m/s? For a I did, Ktot = rotational kinetic energy + linear kinetic energy = 1/2lw + 1/2mv^2 = (1/2)(4.5)(100)^2 + (1/2)(1100)(30)^2 = 518kJ For b I thought I could just use "gravitational potential = rotational kinetic energy + linear kinetic energy" h = xsin10 So mgx = rotational kinetic energy + linear kinetic energy mgx = 518000 x = -89m Obviously I did something wrong because I shouldn't be getting a minus...and on top of that I know the answer is 276m. Any ideas on what I did wrong..or what I might of forgotten to do?