1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations [tex]\Sigma[/tex][tex]\tau[/tex]= r x F = I*[tex]\alpha[/tex] Angular Momentum L= r x p = r x mv = r x mr[tex]\omega[/tex] = mr2 * [tex]\omega[/tex]2 editediteditediteditediteditediteditediteditediteditediteditedit This formatting looks weird. It should be r^2 *(omega)^2 and I*(alpha for the next part) editeditediteditediteditediteditediteditediteditedit 3. The attempt at a solution Right now I'm working on part a I was thinking the I[tex]\alpha[/tex] of each wheel would give me the center of mass Torque = I \alpha + I\alpha but I don't have an acceleration value, and that wont give me where the center of mass. I think I need to find the center of mass first, and then figure out how adding the mass to one wheel will change the axis of rotation.