Kinetic energy, KE = 1/2mv2, where m is mass in kg, and v is velocity in m/s.Known:v = 3.30m/sm = 1.08kgUnknown:KEFormula:KE = 1/2mv2Solution:KE = 1/2(1.08kg)(3.30m/s)2 = 5.88kgÃ¢Ë†â„¢m2/s2 = 5.88Joules
an example of kinetic pictures is a picture in motion.
there isnt an answer because that is not a question
The two types of softball are: Slowpitch- which is where the picture kind of lunges and tosses the ball underhand Fastpitch- unlike slowpitch, the pitcher actually jumps/leaps forwards, and does a complete circle motion with their arm. These pitchers are quite a bit faster than slow pitch- the average speed is probably around 55-60 mph for high school level players.
yes, they can.
windmill pitch, aim for the umpire's head and it's spelled pitcher.
Do you want us to show you a picture of a moving car or what?
A picture hanging on the wall has potential energy. If it comes loose, it will fall, converting the potential energy to kinetic energy.
I cannot show you a picture, but one example of potential energy changing to kinetic is a roller coaster. When you are going up the track, you are building potential energy and as you go down, it is kinetic energy. I am sure you could find a picture of that somewhere. Hope that helped at least a little!
someone jumping rope