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## Does power depend on mass?

The amount of translational kinetic energy (from here on, the phrase kinetic energy will refer to translational kinetic energy) that an object has depends upon two variables: the mass (m) of the object and the speed (v) of the object. The kinetic energy is dependent upon the square of the speed.

**Is power directly proportional to mass?**

Power and time are inversely proportional. 2. During a physics lab, Jack and Jill ran up a hill. Jack is twice as massive as Jill; yet Jill ascends the same distance in half the time.

### What is the relation between power?

With power and energy, power is units of energy divided by time. The same difference as distance and velocity. The units of power are watts, the units of energy are joules. A watt is one joule divided by one second.

**What is the relationship between mass and total energy?**

Total Energy is defined as: E = γmc2, where γ=1√1−v2c2 γ = 1 1 − v 2 c 2 . Rest energy is E0 = mc2, meaning that mass is a form of energy. If energy is stored in an object, its mass increases.

## Why is C Squared?

It turns out that the speed of light squared, c2 , just so happens to be the conversion factor from mass to energy. The c2 comes out naturally from the mathematics after you insert the relativistic momentum into the kinetic energy integral and solve for the kinetic energy.

**Is E mc2 true?**

It’s taken more than a century, but Einstein’s celebrated formula e=mc2 has finally been corroborated, thanks to a heroic computational effort by French, German and Hungarian physicists. The e=mc2 formula shows that mass can be converted into energy, and energy can be converted into mass.

### Why force is directly proportional to mass?

Newton’s second law of motion (also known as the force law ) states that… acceleration is directly proportional to net force when mass is constant, and… acceleration is inversely proportional to mass when net force is constant, and consequently… net force is directly proportional to mass when acceleration is constant.

**Is power equal to energy?**

Energy and power are closely related but are not the same physical quantity. Energy is the ability to cause change; power is the rate energy is moved, or used.

## What is power * time?

In physics, power is the amount of energy transferred or converted per unit time. In the International System of Units, the unit of power is the watt, equal to one joule per second. In older works, power is sometimes called activity.

**Where is energy converted to mass?**

In particle accelerators, energy is converted to mass. The fundamental process in creating previously unknown particles is to accelerate known particles, such as protons or electrons, and direct a beam of them toward a target.

### Who gave the relation between mass and energy?

Einstein

…the seeds of the general mass–energy relationship developed by Einstein in his special theory of relativity; E = mc2 expresses the association of mass with every form of energy. Neither of two separate conservation laws, that of energy and that of mass (the latter particularly the outcome of countless experiments…

**What is the relationship between acceleration, power, and mass?**

This is the approximate acceleration profile of a big truck with a diesel engine and lots of gears. Actually time is a component of acceleration and mass and acceleration themselves are components of power.

## What is the relation between power and energy?

-Power measures energy per time. So joules per second is one expression of power. A kilowatt is 1,000 watts. What is the equation to calculate power? -That depends on the situation.

**How are mass and energy related in science?**

John has taught college science courses face-to-face and online since 1994 and has a doctorate in physiology. Einstein used E = mc^2 to prove that mass and energy are relative to each other. This lesson describes how energy can be converted into mass and mass into energy.

### Is there a difference between pressure and mass?

Pressure, no. But pressure difference, yes. Think simple. There’s little to no engineering knowledge required for this: take a syringe, an ordinary syringe, and fill it with water. Now hold it over a glass and slowly press the plunger and count the seconds. Let’s say it’s a 10 ml syringe and it took 10 seconds to empty the syringe.