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(K.E.)2 = (1/2)(2000.kg)(20.0m/s)<sup>2</sup> = 400,000 (kg m/s<sup>2</sup>)m = 400,000 J (3 sig. fig.)
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A motorcycle traveling 60.0 mi/h (96.5 km/h) down the parkway accelerates to the
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