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Athlete of mass 70.0kg runs a 1000m race in 10 seconds calculate the kenetic energy possessed by the body

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  1. Since KE = 1/2 mv^2, you just plug in your numbers to get the energy in Joules:

    1/2 * 70.0 * (1000m/10s)^2

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