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2016-04-03T21:53:42+05:30
From Newton’s Second Law of motion, we know that F = ma, and because of the definition of acceleration we can say that

If we multiply both sides by the same thing, we haven’t changed anything, so we multiply by v:

But remember that v = dx/dt:

We rearrange and integrate:

F dx = mv dv

Fx = m(½v2) = ½mv2 = Ek

But Fx = Work; therefore Work = ΔEk.

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2016-04-04T06:52:55+05:30
From Newton’s Second Law of motion, we know that F = ma, and because of the definition of acceleration we can say that

If we multiply both sides by the same thing, we haven’t changed anything, so we multiply by v:

But remember that v = dx/dt:

We rearrange and integrate:

F dx = mv dv

Fx = m(½v2) = ½mv2 = Ek

But Fx = Work; therefore Work = ΔEk.



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