Step 3. It is given that
Final momentum = initial momentum + (10%) of initial momentum.
Step 4. We can calculate
Kinetic energy (KE)1 = p2/2m ….. (1)
Where p is the momentum, m is the mass of the body,
If we increase p by 10%,
Final p = p + p/10 = 11p/10, Substitute value of p in (1), we get
(KE)2 = (11p/10)2/2m = 121/100 . p2/2m = 121/100 . (KE)1
Change in kinetic energy, Δ KE = (KE)2 - (KE)1
= 121/100 (KE)1 - (KE)1
= (KE)1 [121/100 - 1]
= 21/100 (KE)1
So Δ KE/ (KE)1 x 100 = 21
The term used to describe the state of motion of an object with a mass greater than zero is momentum. As a result, momentum can be applied to any moving object.
Thus, if momentum increases by 10%, kinetic energy will change by 21%.
If the momentum of an object is increased by 10% then its kinetic energy will increase by?
An object's kinetic energy will rise by 21% if its momentum increases by 10%. Momentum is the property of the connection between mass and velocity.