# A force of 10 N acts on a body of 2kg for 3 seconds.find the kinetic energy acquired by the body in 3 seconds.

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by pitambarWali

2015-03-26T18:41:40+05:30
If initial velocity is zero
u = 0
WKT   F= ma
then
10N = 2* (v-0)/3   (pls  simplify by ur self)
⇒v=15 m/s
then K.E. = [1/2] * m *
K.E. =  [1/2] * 2 * 15²
K.E. = 225j
f=[veolcity*mass]/time;velocity=force*time/mass;v=10*3/2=15;KE=1/2*mv^2=1/2*2*
ke=1/2*2*15^2=225J
2015-03-26T18:45:06+05:30

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Given : force =10 N ..Mass = 2kg ....Time = 3s........ To find :- Kinetic energy............ Sol :- E (K) =1/2 ×m ×v (sq.).......... ..Let us find the acceleration for this object.......... Force = mass × acceleration. .....acceleration = force / mass....... = 10/2 = 5m/s....acceleration = 5 m/s......... Now find the velocity...... v = u-v / 2........so, we get as V= 0-5/2....= 5/2...= 2.5 m/s....is the velocity..... Now E (K) = 1 / 2 × M × V ( SQ)..... 1/2 × 3 × 2.5 ...= 3.75 joule..!!
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the unit of acceleration is m/s^2 not 5 m/s
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