1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data My professor has provided me with an equation, and my task is to write a conservation of energy problem whose solution would produce said equation. Here is the equation: (1/2)(3kg)(7m/s)^2 + 0 + (0.15)(3kg)(9.8m/s^2)(2.0m) = 0 + 0 + T(2.0m) 2. Relevant equations Work internal = 0 W = F . d 3. The attempt at a solution A 3 kilogram rabbit who lives on a planet with 15% the gravity of that of earth. During his daily run, while on top of a 2.0m hill, his speed peaks at 7m/s. At this point, what is his total energy? This question accounts for the first two terms of the equation, both of the left side. I am still left wondering, however, what the T on the right side stands for. Note that this is a thermodynamics class; however, we have had less than an hour of class and have yet to learn any thermodynamics. Could T stand for temperature here? If so, how can I use this value in terms of energy?