The goose has a mass of 21.3 lb (pounds) and is flying at 8.50 miles/h (miles per hour). What is the kinetic energy of the goose in joules?
Enter your answer numerically in joules.
A goose is flying south for the winter at a constant speed. Keep in mind that one mile is 1.61 km, and one pound is 454 g.
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