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Kinetic energy The term 'Kinetic energy' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Energy that a body has as a result of its motion. Mathematically, it is defined as one-half the product of a body's mass and the square of its speed (KE = 1/2 * mass * velocity squared)'.
The term 'Kinetic energy' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Energy available as a result of motion that varies directly in proportion to an object's mass and the square of its velocity'.
The term 'Kinetic energy' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' The energy that a body possesses by virtue of its mass and velocity. Also called the energy of motion. '.
The term 'Kinetic energy' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' The energy of a body with respect to the motion of the body. See potential energy'.
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