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The velocity of a moving object is 5 m/s, and its kinetic energy is 500 J. If the velocity of the object doubles, what would be the new kinetic energy?

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  1. 0.5M*V^2 = KE.
    0.5M*5^2 = 500,
    M = 40 kg.

    KE = 0.5*40*10^2 =

    posted by Henry

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