The formula for kinetic energy is:
KE (kinetic energy) = 1/2 × m × v² where m is the mass in kg and v is the velocity or speed of the object in m/s.
We can now substitute the values we know into this equation.
KE = 472 500 J and v = 30 m/s:
472 500 = 1/2 × m × 30²
Next, we can rearrange the equation to make m the subject and solve for m:
m = 472 500 ÷ (1/2 × 30²)
m = 472 500 ÷ 450
m = 1050 kg
Hope this helps!
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the answer is ampere
the ampere is used to measure electricity. an ampere is a unit of electric current equal. a unit of measure for the flow of current in a circuit. one ampere is the amount of current flow provided when one volt of electrical pressure is applied against one ohm of resistance.