The units of measurement for data are as follows
- Megabyte, MB, 1024 kilobytes
- Gigabyte GB, 1024 megabytes
- Terabyte TB, 1024 gigabytes
- Petabyte PB, 1024 terabytes
- Exabyte, EB, 1024 petabytes
- Zettabyte, ZB, 1024 exabytes
- Yottabyte, YB, 1024 zettabytes
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D. 4x as much
The answer is pretty simple. The question is asking about 10m/s and 20m/s right? Take a look at the energy at each point on the graph. At 10m/s the kinetic energy is 100 on the graph. At 20m/s the kinetic energy is 400. You'll notice that 100 x 4 is 400 - That's the answer.
You can also prove this mathematically. The formula for kinetic energy is
The question says: constant mass so we can ignore that for now.
(1/2) * 10^2 is (1/2) * 100 = 50
for the 20m/s ball it would be
(1/2) * 20^2 = 400 * 1/2 = 200
Once again, you see that it is 4x
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