# Physics Tutorial 5.2 - Kinetic Energy

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There are 2 lessons in this physics tutorial covering Kinetic Energy. The tutorial starts with an introduction to Kinetic Energy and is then followed with a list of the separate lessons, the tutorial is designed to be read in order but you can skip to a specific lesson or return to recover a specific physics lesson as required to build your physics knowledge of Kinetic Energy. you can access all the lessons from this tutorial below.

In this Physics Tutorial on Kinetic Energy, you will learn:

1. What is Kinetic Energy?
2. What are the factors affecting the Kinetic Energy of an object?
3. What is the relationship between Work and the change in Kinetic Energy of an object?
4. How to calculate the Kinetic Energy of moving objects?
##### Related topics

See the topic "Work and Energy. Types of Energy" as a useful background.

## Introduction

What do you do before participating at a tedious activity such as a football match or hiking? Why?

Answer: Eating well is a necessity before a tedious activity, as we must have a lot of energy stored in our body in order to be able to move at long distances.

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5.2Kinetic Energy
Lesson IDPhysics Lesson TitleLessonVideo
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5.2.1What is Kinetic Energy?
5.2.2What are the factors affecting the Kinetic Energy of an object?

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