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Please give answer of c F. xercises rite detailed onsners? o..FxpIuin the dinerence between potential energy and kinetic energy. I)eriu• the fOrmulo for the kinetic energy of on object of mass m, moving with velocity v. c, Prove that the kinetic energy of a freely rolling object on reaching the ground is nothing but the transformation of its initial potential energy. d. Detenmne the amount of "Ork done when on object is displaced at un ungle of 30" with respect to the direction of the applied torce. e, If an object hus 0 momentum. does if hove kinetic energy? Explain your answer. C, Why is the work done on on object moving with unilOrm circular motion zero? one more altern'E must be (i) transferr another (iii) transfi another b. Joule is (i) force (iv) ene c. Which dragg smoot the so ! (i) the h force offi (i) the to

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If work done by external forces acting on a body is zero and all the internal forces are consider,then total mechanical energy of body remains conserved.
ui + Ki = uf +Kt
At point A,KEi = 0
At point B,ut = 0
Ktf = 1/2 mv2
putting the value of V 
K= 1/2m(2gh)
kEt = mgH   ( TE = Kf + ut = mgH)

V2 = u2 + 2gH
V2 = 0 + 2gH
V = root over of 2gH
So,the initial potential energy was mgH and final kinetic energy also comes out to be mgH.
Hence,it is proved that the kinetic energy of freely falling body on reaching the ground is nothing but transformation of its initial potential energy.


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Kinetic energy is the energy an object has because of its motion.
If we want to accelerate an object, then we must apply a force. Applying a force requires us to do work. After work has been done, energy has been transferred to the object, and the object will be moving with a new constant speed. The energy transferred is known as kinetic energy, and it depends on the mass and speed achieved.
When a body falls without any restriction, the initial energy (potential; because by the term 'potential', we mean the capabilities of someone or something; something which the object already possesses) gets directly converted into Kinetic Energy. With that being said, we conclude that Kinetic Energy is directly proportional to Potential Energy.
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