1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A wheel with 16 spokes rotating in the clockwise direction is photographed on film. The film is passed through a projector at the rate of 24 frames/s, which is the proper rate for the projector. On the screen , however, the wheel appears to rotate counterclockwise at 4.0 rev/min. Find the smallest possible angular speed at which the wheel is rotating. 2. Relevant equations 1 revolution= 2pi radians angular speed = angular acceleration x time 3. The attempt at a solution Since the wheel is actually turning clockwise, its acceleration will be negative, but when its shown on the projector, the acceleration is positive. I assume that the "proper rate" means that the acceleration as shown on the projector is of the same magnitude as that in real life. I set up angular speed1= acceleration1 x time and angular speed2= acceleration2 x time (where 1 is on the projector and 2 is actual). Since time is the same, I set the two equations equal to each other and got speed1/acceleration1=speed2/acceleration2 or speed2 = (acceleration2 x speed1)/acceleration1. Because the projectors working at the "proper rate" acceleration1= negative acceleration2 and so speed2=-speed1. I don't think I'm following this right because I'm only using one of the numbers in the problem, unless the other two are just extraneous information. Thanks in advance.