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ki·net·ic en·er·gy (K),

the energy of motion.

kinetic energy (KE)

Etymology: Gk, kinesis, motion, energeia
the energy possessed by an object by virtue of its motion. It is expressed by the formula KE = (½)mv2, where m represents the mass of the object and v is its velocity.

ki·net·ic en·er·gy

(ki-net'ik en'ĕr-jē)
The energy of motion.

kinetic energy,

n a property of a particle that describes the energy of motion and directly correlates with the particle's rate of motion. For example, transfer of gaseous particles is an important factor in the field of aromatherapy.

kinetic

pertaining to or producing motion.

kinetic energy
the energy of motion.
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The ratio between recoil kinetic energy value of mobile equipment and impact-kinetic energy results in an impact hardness value which does not include errors given by the friction forces mobile equipment of guides as the influence of friction forces may be found both in the fraction nominator and numerator and the result of simplifying the numerical values of these errors is one without modifying the measurement result.
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Endlessly inventive in visual design and kinetic energy, Morris guided our eyes from a flicking gesture of a hand to sculptural configurations of dancers, making the space around the dancers as palpable as the shapes their bodies formed.

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