# What is the kinetic energy in kilojoules of a 2360 lb (1070 kg) car moving at 63.3 mi/h (28.3 m/s)?

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The kinetic energy of the car can be calculated using the formula:

Kinetic energy = 0.5 × mass × velocity^2

First, we need to convert the mass from pounds to kilograms:

2360 lb = 1070 kg

Then, we can substitute the values into the formula:

Kinetic energy = 0.5 × 1070 kg × (28.3 m/s)^2

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