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Pengertian dan rumus energi kinetik

pengertian dan rumus energi kinetik

jawaban dari pertanyaannya ini adalah energi yang disebabkan oleh gerak suatu benda yang memiliki massa/berat dan rumusnya Ek = ½ m.v².

Energi kinetik adalah energi yang disebabkan oleh gerak suatu benda yang memiliki massa/berat. Sehingga, semua benda yang bergerak dengan kecepatan tertentu memiliki energi kinetik, sedangkan semua benda yang diam tidak memiliki Energi kinetik.

Rumus energi kinetik:
Ek = ½ m.v²
Keterangan:
Ek = energi kinetik (joule)
m = massa (kg)
v = kecepatan (m/s)

Berdasarkan persamaan tersebut, jika benda bergerak semakin cepat, maka energi kinetik benda semakin besar. Demikian juga jika massa benda semakin besar, maka energi kinetik benda akan semakin besar.

Jadi, pengertian dan rumus energi kinetik adalah energi yang disebabkan oleh gerak suatu benda yang memiliki massa/berat dan rumusnya Ek = ½ m.v².

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