1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A small mass M attached to a string slides in a circle (Y) on a frictionless horizontal table, with the force F providing the necessary tension (see figure). The force is then decreased slowly and then maintained constant when M travels around in circle (X). The radius of circle (X) is twice the radius of circle (Y). http://imgur.com/w970m Possible answers (T,F,>,<,=) As M moves from Y to X, the work done by F is .... 0. M's kinetic energy at X is one quarter that at Y. While going from Y to X, there is no torque on M M's angular momentum at X is .... that at Y. M's angular velocity at X is one quarter that at Y. 2. Relevant equations I=mr^2 x=2y etc.. 3. The attempt at a solution The main problem I run into, is that the HW system does not show you what you got right and what you got wrong. It's an all or nothing question. Anyway. I've done some calculations and I think that the Wy = 4*Wx, and Iy = (1/4)Ix but I am not sure about the others, or if those are even correct. If someone could walk me through the reasoning behind these that would be great!