What is the speed of an object that has 7.5 joules of kinetic energy and a mass of 82 gr?
Kinetic energy E = 1/2 m v2
So v = ./(2 E / m)
E = 7.5 J and m = 0.082 kg.
Plugging and simplifying, we get
v = 13.525 m/s
The object's kinetic energy is 78.4 joules.
78.4 joules at 2.8m/s
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Its mass and speed. The equation is KE = 1/2mv2. If m is mass in kg, and v is speed in m/s, then KE is kinetic energy in Joules.
The kinetic energy is 78.4 kg x m^2 / s^2, or 78.4 Joules.
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Kinetic Energy = 1/2 m V2 = 1/2 (20) (2.8)2 = 78.4 joules
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the kinetic energy of the object
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