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What is the kinetic energy. at the maximum highest point if initial kinetic energy be KE ?
What is the kinetic energy. at the maximum highest point if initial kinetic energy be KE ?

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3 years ago

Dhruv
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```							If the object is thrown vertically upward, at highest point its velocity becomes zero. Hence kinetic energy is zero. If the object is thrown with initial velocity u at angle theta $\Theta$, at highest point its velocity will not be zero.Initial kinetic energy = (1/2) m u2 = EFinal kinetic energy = (1/2) m (u cos $\Theta$)2 = E (cos2$\Theta$)
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