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    Hello. Well I've come across a question which I didn't know how to do, I looked at the markscheme and it used this formula to do the question
    (Ek = mv2/2) could you please explain me in detail why would you use this and maybe direct me to some example questions so I could get some practice done before the exam. Thank you!
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    (Original post by Edga)
    Hello. Well I've come across a question which I didn't know how to do, I looked at the markscheme and it used this formula to do the question
    (Ek = mv2/2) could you please explain me in detail why would you use this and maybe direct me to some example questions so I could get some practice done before the exam. Thank you!
    Ek is Kinetic Energy

    mv2/2 is 1/2 mv2

    it's just E=1/2 mv2 which you should be familiar with.
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    (Original post by Edga)
    Hello. Well I've come across a question which I didn't know how to do, I looked at the markscheme and it used this formula to do the question
    (Ek = mv2/2) could you please explain me in detail why would you use this and maybe direct me to some example questions so I could get some practice done before the exam. Thank you!
    see:
    http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/energy/u5l1c.cfm

    it might help you
 
 
 
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