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Ahsan asks:


“if kinetic energy of a body is increased to 100%
than what will be the momentum of the body?”

 

Answer:

Kinetic Energy is increased by 100% means that the KE is doubled (1+1=2)

From the equation

If E is doubled, P will become √2 times its original value

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