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Name the Unit of Physical Quantity Obtained by the Formula `(2k)/V^2` Where K: Kinetic Energy, V: Linear Velocity - Physics

Name the unit of physical quantity obtained by the formula `(2K)/V^2` Where k: kinetic energy, V: Linear velocity

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Solution

We know that kinetic energy K.E. = `1/2 mv^2`

`:. (2K)/V^2 = 2 (1/2 mv^2)"/"v^2 = m(mass)`

∴ Physical quantity is ‘mass’.

Concept: Types of Motion Based on Speed
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