# Kinetic Energy Calculator

## Mechanics

## Kinetic Energy

Kinetic energy is a term used in physics to describe the energy possessed by a body due to its motion. It is the energy an object has due to its velocity and **can be calculated using the formula:** E_k = \dfrac{mV^2}{2}

where Eₖ is the kinetic energy, m is the mass of the object and V is its velocity.

Kinetic energy can be defined as the energy an object possesses due to its motion. It is the energy required to bring an object from rest to a given velocity and is proportional to the square of the velocity.

Use our calculator to find the kinetic energy of an object. Simply enter the mass of the object and its velocity to find the kinetic energy.

Kinetic energy is an important concept in physics and has a wide range of applications in our daily lives. Understanding the kinetic energy of an object can help us better understand its behavior and make predictions about its motion. Whether it's in sports, machines, or renewable energy sources, kinetic energy is a fundamental aspect of the world around us.

## Tags

- Mechanics
- Thermodynamics
- Oscillations and waves
- Optics
- Electrodynamics
- Atomic physics
- Quantum mechanics

- Velocity
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- Projectile Motion
- Lever
- Newton's Second Law
- Newton's law of gravity
- Newton's Third Law
- Moment of force
- Force of friction
- Hooke's Law
- Inertia force
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- Kinetic Energy
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- Work
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- Rocket Equation
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- Period of oscillation
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- Wavelength
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- Decibel

- Snell's Law
- Optical power of the lens
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- Thin Lens Formula
- Angular resolution
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- Malus law

- Ohm's Law
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- Voltage divider
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- Capacity