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Kinetic Energy

A car is not energy; it may have energy. The energy related to movement is called kinetic energy.

Kinetic energy also depends on mass.

The bike's kinetic energy is 45 joules.

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You calculate the new kinetic energy, you calculate the old kinetic energy, then you subtract.

The kinetic energy in joules of an automobile weighing 2135 lb and traveling at 55 mph is 2.9 x 105.

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Kinetic Energy

The kinetic energy of a 22500 lb truck traveling 55 mph is 1/2mv2 is 3084.808kJ.

A car is not energy; it may have energy. The energy related to movement is called kinetic energy.

Kinetic Energy = 1/2 Mass * Velocity squared

The bike's kinetic energy is 45 joules.

Kinetic energy also depends on mass.

The kinetic energy comes from potential energy, which he got from ATP energy, which is produced through food. Potential energy is converted to kinetic energy after the muscles contract and relax. Sources: School science

An object's mechanical energy is the sum of the potential and kinetic energy it possesses.

Kinetic and/or mechanical ((think outside the box))