A 40-kg child runs at 8 m/s.

a) Calculate the child’s kinetic energy.

b) If the child could convert all of the kinetic energy you calculated in part (a), into upward motion, how high could she jump?

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# A 40-kg child runs at 8 m/s. a) Calculate the child’s kinetic energy. b) If the child could convert all of the kinetic energy you calculated in part

A 40-kg child runs at 8 m/s.

a) Calculate the child’s kinetic energy.

b) If the child could convert all of the kinetic energy you calculated in part (a), into upward motion, how high could she jump?