1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I would like to know how fast one M&M could make me run. One M&M can provide about 12600 J of energy, I weight 68.5 kg. 1)Does this mean I COULD run at about 19 m/s for a fraction of a second using Ke equation? (I know the human body is complex, muscles are about 25% efficient) 2) I would like to calculate my NEGATIVE work in joules from raising in my hand a 1kg mass, 1m height 3) How many M&M's would I have to eat to raise this? 4) If I want to do question #2 in one second what variable do I need to know to calculate how many M&M's I would need 2. Relevant equations ke=.5mv^2 P= mass*gravity*distance/time -W=mass*gravity*distance 3. The attempt at a solution 1) 19 m/s solving for velocity not factoring muscle efficiency or other variables 2) -9.8 joules 3) -9.8/12600=.0008 4) ??? Thanks!!! I am trying to design a lab for kids.