Griffin Heibel's kinetic energy

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Griffin Heibel's kinetic energy

kinetic energy

The energy an object possessesdue to it's motion.

KE = 1/2 x m x v2 is the equation used to reprecent kinetic energy of an object.

Forms of kinetic energy, vibrational, rotational, and trancitional.

Kinetic energy does not have a direction

Kinetic energy depends on speed

Kinetic energy depends on mass

It's measured in joulis

Some uses are cars in moton and water in motion

Examples are a roller coaster, hammering, running, a rubber band, flying, and a rocket


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