What is the Definition of Kinetic Energy in Physics

Definition of Kinetic Energy in Physics

 

Kinetic energy is energy acquired by an object during movement.

 

E = 1/2 mv2

 

Where:

 

E = kinetic energy [J]

m = mass [kg]

 

v = velocity of the object [m s-I]

 

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