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- There is a relation between kinetic energy and momentum as both the properties are linked with velocity. Momentum gets expressed as a multiplication of velocity and mass, whereas kinetic energy is the product of the square of speed and half of the mass.
- where m is the mass and v is the speed (or the velocity) of the body. The classical kinetic energy of an object is related to its momentum by the equation: Ek=p22m E k = p 2 2 m , where p is momentum.
- They are both related to an object's velocity (or speed) and mass, but momentum is a vector quantity that describes the amount of mass in motion. Kinetic energy is a measure of an object's energy from motion, and is a scalar. Sometimes people think momentum is the same as force.

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