Ok these are the equations im allowed to use.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ep=mg(delta)h

w=fd

v_av=(delta)d/(delta)t

(delta)d=v1(delta)t^2 + 1/2a(delta)t^2

V2=V1^2 + 2a(delta)d

w=work done(j)

f=force(newtons)

d=distance(m)

v_av=average velocity

t=time(secs)

v2=final velocity

v1=initial velocity

a=acceleration

Ok, i havent done anything so far, because I dont know where to start. Im not asking anyone to solve this for me, i'm just asking for some helpful clues

thanks

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# Homework Help: Help Deriving the equation Ek=1/2mv^2

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