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Calculate your Kinetic Energy in Joules if you weigh50 kg and you are walking 2 meters/second.
This is what I did:
KE is Ek=1/2mv^2
So it would be Ek=1/2(50kg) x 2m/s
Then I convert kg to pounds. There are .454kg in 1 lb so 50(.454)=22.7lbs
Ek=1/2(22.7lbs)(2m/s) = 22.7
Then what?

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