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e=0.5*c*v^2 find c pleas give wokings
 Oct 23, 2013

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Ooops, indeed. And why I became so absent-minded? Shame on me!
 Oct 23, 2013
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To find c just express it: e=0.5*c*v^2 => 2e = cv^2 => c = v^2/(2e). I guess e isn't the base of natural logarithm, v isn't speed and c isn't the speed of light?
 Oct 23, 2013
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e=0.5*c*v^2 => 2e = cv^2 => c = 2e/ v^2
 Oct 23, 2013
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Best AnswerOoops, indeed. And why I became so absent-minded? Shame on me!
scrutinizer Oct 23, 2013

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