# The kinetic energy of an object with a mass of #5 kg# constantly changes from #72 J# to #480 J# over #12 s#. What is the impulse on the object at #2 s#?

Assume that the kinetic energy is increasing at a constant rate. After 2s, the impulse on the object would have been

The force applied to an item is equivalent to the shift in its momentum.

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The impulse on the object at 2 seconds is 24 Ns.

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