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Assume the mass of the object remains constant. If the Kinetic Energy of an object changes by 1/3, by what factor has its speed changed?

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    When you say "changes by 1/3", I assume you mean the KE becomes 1/3 of the original value, NOT a 33.33% higher value.

    1/sqrt3 = 0.5774

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