Introduction to Physical Science/Kinetic Energy

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Kinetic Energy is the energy of a body in motion K = (1/2)mv2 . where K is kinetic energy, m is mass of body and v is the velocity of body; so if a body having some velocity (speed is a direction) there is kinetic energy in the body apart from other forms of energy (like potential energy).