Hello everyone, I am trying to solve some homework but I am not entirely sure what formulas to use. Problem) There are 3 kids that weigh 25kg each sitting in the center of a merry go round (Disk). The merry-go-round weighs 400 kg and has a diameter of 3 m. It is initially spinning at 50 rpm. A) What is the initial rotation? I tried using the formula 1/2 mr^2. .5(400kg)(1.5)^2 = 450kg*m/s B) What is the initial kinetic energy of the merry go round with the kids on it? I tried 1/2 IW^2 1/2 (450)(5.2359878)^2 which equals 6168.5 N W would be the 50 rpm converted to radians/second which would be 5.23rad/s and I was = 450 from earlier. C) If all the kids move to the edge of the merry go round, what will be the new angular velocity in rad/s? I got a little lost on this, would the proper formula be L = iw. 50 = 450w and w be the answer? D) What is the magnitude of the linear velocity of each child as they sit on the edge and it spins at the rate round in C? V = rω V = 1.5(Answer from C in radians/sec) E) The kids now want to stop. they drag their feet so they each exert a force F that is tangent to the disk in a direction that causes the merry-go-round to stop. How much net work must be done by the 2 kids in order to bring the disk with them on the edge to a stop.? Not sure how to do this one. F) If the disk stops after 6 seconds, what is the deceleration of the disk? Wouldn't this ω = ωo + (alpha)t 5.23(rad/s) = 0 + (alpha)(6) 5.23/6 = alpha? G) What is the torque on the disk? Not sure how to solve this one H) Magnitude of the average Force F each kid needs to exert? Not sure again how to solve this I) How many revolutions will the disk need to turn before coming to a stop?