Basics of Physics
Kinetic energy is energy that an object or person possesses as a result of movement. Mathematically, it can be shown as half the object's mass multiplied by its speed squared.
The kinetic energy of an object is given by the equation:
Ek = &frac12;mv 2
Where m represents mass and v represents the speed of the object or person.
There are many forms of kinetic energy, and they are:
Vibrational: The energy resulting from vibrational motion.
Rotational: The energy resulting from rotational motion.
Translational: The energy resulting from motion of one location to another.
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