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Calcu[ate the weight of a body in lb if it has a kinetic energy of 38.6 ftIb when moving at 19.5 mi/h

19.5 miles/h = 28.6 ft/s
(1/2) M V^2 = (M/2*818) ft^2/s^2 = 38.6 ftlb
M = 0.0944 slugs = 3.04 lb mass
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