# A roller coaster car is traveling down a track at 22 m/s. The car has a mass of 2000 kg. What is the Kinetic energy of the car? A) 22,000 J B) 968,000 J C) 484,000 J D) 44,000 J

The kinetic energy of the car is 484000 J

Explanation:

Given

Velocity = 22 m/s

Mass = 2000 kg

To Find:

Kinetic energy of the car= ?

Solution:

Kinetic energy of the car  is given by

Where

m= mass of the car

v= velocity

KE = kinetic energy

So, substituting the values

tex]KE = \frac{1}{2}\times(2000*22^2)[/tex]

KE = 484000 J

I found out the correct answer! All you have to do is plug in the numbers 2000 into m and 22 into v. In the equation: x = 1/2 * m * v^2 Where x equals kinetic energy. So the answer is C)

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Explanation:

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Further Explanation:

The balanced chemical equation for this reaction is:

O2 + 2 CO → 2 CO2

To get the amount of CO2 produced, the following steps must be followed:

1. Convert the volume of O2 to moles O2.
2. Get the number of moles of CO2 formed using the stoichiometric ratio 1 mole O2: 2 moles CO2
3. Convert the moles of CO2 produced to liters

Solving the problem,

STEP 1: Convert liters to moles

STEP 2: Get the moles of CO2 formed

STEP 3: Convert moles to liters

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Explanation:

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