1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 50kg grindstone is a solid disk .26 in radius. You press an ax down on the rim with a normal force of 160N. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the blade and the stone is .6, and there is a constant friction torque of 6.5 NM between the axle of the stone and its bearings. (a) How much force must be applied tangentially at the end of a crank handle .5 m long to bring the stone from rest to 120 rev/min in 9 seconds? (b) After the grindstone attains an angular speed of 120 rev/min, what tangential force at the end of the handle is needed to maintain a constant angular speed of 120 rev/min? (c) How much time does it take the grindstone to come from 120 rev/min to rest if it is acted on by the axle friction alone? 2. Relevant equations for solid disk: I = (1/2)MR^2 3. The attempt at a solution 120 rev/min = 12.56 rad/s i found the acceleration would have to be 1.4 rad/s^2 and it would travel 56.7 radians I = 1.69 i tried this: t - 6.5Nm(from torqu friction) - torque friction from ax = I(Arad) but im not entirely sure how to get torque friction from ax. is it just Uk(Normal)(r) ? and after i get total torque required im not sure how to convert it into tangential force with the handle.