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Paul road his bike from the bottom of his street to his friend’s
house at the top of the hill on his street. He knew his PE was
5,000 J and ME was 25,000 J but wanted to find out his KE.
What is Paul’s KE energy on his bike ride to his friend’s house?

Ans= 30,000?

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  1. how much higher was his friends house?

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  2. Idk. it only told me those two numbers.

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  4. I am guessing the PE at the top is 5000 and ME is 25000, so KE at top is 20000

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  5. ME = PE + KE

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  6. thank you @bobpursley
    thanks scott, i tried using that equation but idk how to find the KE in this problem since they gave me the ME and PE

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  7. ME-PE=KE?

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