# Answer to Question #74383 in Other Physics for Baikey

Question #74383

Determine the kenetic energy of an 875 g chicken moving at a speed of 4.023 m/s

Expert's answer

By the definition of the kinetic energy we have:

KE=1/2 mv^2,

here, m is the mass of the chicken, v is the speed of the chicken.

Then, we get:

KE=1/2 mv^2=1/2∙0.875 kg∙(4.023 m/s)^2=7.1 J.

KE=1/2 mv^2,

here, m is the mass of the chicken, v is the speed of the chicken.

Then, we get:

KE=1/2 mv^2=1/2∙0.875 kg∙(4.023 m/s)^2=7.1 J.

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