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Mass and Velocity

They are elongation, compression, and deformation.

the factors that affect the amount of friction between two objects is shape, speed, or texture because friction depends on qualities of the objects involved.

Mass is directly proportional to the amount of kinetic energy an object posses according to this formula. Ek= 1/2mv2. There are two factors, which can alter the amount of kinetic energy. 1. The velocity of an object, how much momentum does the object carry. 2. The mass, small or big. if an object with mass of 5kg travelling at 7m/s has an overall kinetic energy of 123j. directly if an object weighing twice to have the same kinetic energy, its mass should be 4.959kg. you can get this using v2=Ek/0.5m.

Kinetic energy equals 1/2 mass times the velocity squared, so mass and velocity (speed)

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Mass and Velocity

Yes, the length affects the amount of kinetic energy. The shorter the length the more kinetic energy.

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Its mass and its velocity.

if friction is interfering with the amount of the kinetic energy, depending on the amount of friction, kinetic energy is changed to some physical factors, like sound and heat mainly.

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