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What was the KE of an 8 kg mass at 11 m/s

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    You must already know that KE stands for Kinetic Energy, which equals
    (1/2) M V^2

    M and V are mass and velocity, which are
    M = 8 kg, and
    V = 11 m/s
    in this case.

    Do the calculation with those numbers to get the answer in kg*m^2/s^2, which is also called Joules.

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