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Object A has mass m and velocity v. Object B has 18 times the mass and one third the velocity of object A.
The kinetic energy of object B will be Spell check times the kinetic energy of object A.

A
(1/2) m v^2
B
(1/2)(18m)v^2/9
B/A = twice
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