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Kinetics is linked to dynomics by

a) Velocity

b) distance

c) time

d) acceleration

I am not so sure but I have a feeling it is D acceleration, does anyone know anything about kinetics lol

  • Physics -

    dynamics means motion. Kinetics means the physics of motions caused by forces.

    So d is the best answer, but really, it is a very poor question.

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