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calculate the kinetic energy of a body of mass 2kg moving with a velocity of 0.1m/s.

asked by jasmeet
  1. mass=2kg
    v=0.1m/s

    k.E.=1/2mv^2
    =1/2*2*(0.1)^2
    =(0.1)^2
    =0.01 J

    posted by jasmeet
  2. looks good

    posted by Scott
  3. mass=2kg
    v=0.1m/s

    k.E.=1/2mv^2
    =1/2*2*(0.1)^2
    =(0.1)^2
    =0.01 J

    posted by jasmeet
  4. THANKS SCOTT

    posted by jasmeet

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