# chemistry

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what is the kinetic energy of a goose with a mass of 17.9 Ibs. and is flying 11.9 m/hr.?

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KE = 1/2 mv^2.
Convert 17.9 lbs to kg first. If that is mi/hr or m/hr, you need to convert to m/s.

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