1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A spinning disk is rotating at a rate of 30 rad/s in the counterclockwise direction. The disk is slowing down at a rate of 6 rad/s2. Find the angle through which the disk has turned after 3 s in radians, degrees, and revolutions. 2. Relevant equations θ=θi + ωi*t + αt^2 3. The attempt at a solution So when i plugged the variables into the equation I got 36. θ = 0 + 90 - 54 = 36 I thought the units were in radians so that's what I entered for the radians part and I also got 2062 degrees, and 5.71 revolutions. But I got the question wrong. The answer was: Angle through which wheel has turned (in radians) = 63 radians (in degrees) = 3610.0000 degrees (in revolutions) = 10.0300 revolutions I don't understand what I did wrong.