What is meant by “translational” kinetic energy?
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ANSWER: Translational kinetic energy is the kinetic energy itself, which an object gets by it’s motion. The kinetic energy is given by the mathematical relation, 2 K. E Translational1/2 × m × V ------------------(1) This depends on the square of the velocity of the object. It also depends on the mass but it is a constant which does not change. There is no...
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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