Derive kinetic energy

Derive kinetic energy
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Prakhyat Gupta 2 years, 3 months ago

Take an object of mass M moving at the velocity of u after time T velocity change into v Ke =force . Displacement Ke = ma.s....1 V2 =u2 x 2as V2-u2/2a=s Putting value of s from 1 to 2 Ke=ma x 1/2a x v2-u2 Ma's a will cancel from 2a Ke=q/2m(v2-u2)

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