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Joseph812
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I am confused of how Work basically equals to Kinetic Energy...I will give an example just as way to help you help me get an idea about how it works...the example I thought of is... '' James (100 kg) jogs on a straight road at a constant velocity of 2.2 m/s for 600 seconds, how much energy does Jame consume?''...How I thought of it is...since he has constant velocity..his Force is 0 (F= ma), therefore work done is 0 (W= Fs), but KE=0.5mv^2...so his kinetic energy is 242J.
What did I do wrong?
What did I do wrong?