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`"KE" = 1/2 m ( V_2 - V_1 )^2`

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The **Kinetic Energy from Change in Velocity** calculator computes the kinetic energy (**KE**) required to change the velocity of a object of a certain mass (**m**) from an initial velocity (**V _{1}**) to a final velocity (

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Choose the preferred units and enter the following:

**(m)**Mass of Object**(V**Initial Velocity of Object_{1})**(V**Final Velocity of Object_{2})

**Kinetic Energy (KE)**: The calculator returns the energy in joules. However this can be automatically converted to other energy units via the pull-down menu.

This is a formula for **Kinetic Energy (KE). **Kinetic Energy is a scalar quantity. This equation uses as inputs the mass (`m`) and values for magnitude of its velocity (`V`).

Kinetic energy can be assigned a value knowing only the mass of the body and the magnitude of its instantaneous velocity relative to a specified coordinate frame, without regard for how this velocity was attained. Hence, *kinetic energy is a property* of the body. Since kinetic energy is associated with the body as a whole, it is an *extensive* property.

- Kinetic Energy (change of velocity) : K = ½⋅m⋅(V
_{1}-V_{2})² - Kinetic Energy: KE= ½⋅m⋅v²
- Relativistic Kinetic Energy
- Quantum Energy
- Potential Energy
- Potential Energy of Gravity (two bodies)
- Nuclear Binding Energy: E = m⋅c
^{2} - Energy of a Particle in a Box
- Planck's Equation: E = h⋅f
- Molecular Kinetic Energy
- Electrostatic Potential Energy
- Photon Energy from Wavelength