What is the most significant factor in determining kinetic energy?
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What is the most significant factor in determining kinetic energy?
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Answer:
The velocity
Explanation:
Kinetic energy of an object is directly proportional to the square of its velocity if mass if kept constant. Therefore, if the velocity is doubled the kinetic energy increases four times.
K.E= 1/2mv²
m is the mass of the object and v the velocity. This means that there must be motion for there to be kinetic energy.