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Melissa Villanueva 3D wrote:I'm currently working on a homework problem and one of the steps is to convert meters to Joules. Does anyone know a quick conversion or a way to go from meters to Joules? It would really help me out. Thanks!
Have you tried listing all of the available information in the problem and seeing if they can apply to any formulas you know?
The unit for joules (J) in SI units is kg⋅m^2⋅s^−2. Like what others have said, meters and joules are units of measure for different criteria; meters are units of length and joules are units of energy. A possible equation that relates the two is: Kinetic energy = 1/2 * mass * velocity ^2.
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