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Problem: A 3.0 g locust reaches a speed of 3.0 m/s during its jump.What is its kinetic energy at this speed?If the locust transforms energy with 40 % efficiency, how much energy is required for the jump?

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A 3.0 g locust reaches a speed of 3.0 m/s during its jump.

What is its kinetic energy at this speed?

If the locust transforms energy with 40 % efficiency, how much energy is required for the jump?

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