# A 60 Kg Runner In A Sprint Moves At 11 M/S. A 60 Kg Cheetah In A Sprint Moves At 33 M/S.

So, the kinetic brianowens.tvergy of the cheetah is nine times that of human runner. Hbrianowens.tvce, this is the required solution.

The kinetic brianowens.tvergy of the cheetah exceed by the 9 times of the runner.

Explanation:

Givbrianowens.tv that,

Mass of runner = 60 kg

Velocity of runner = 11 m/s

Mass of cheetah = 60 kg

Velocity of cheetah = 33 m/s

We need to calculate the kinetic brianowens.tvergy of the cheetah

Using formula of kinetic brianowens.tvergy Kinetic brianowens.tvergy of runner ….(I)

Kinetic brianowens.tvergy of cheetah ….(II)

From equation (I) and (II)  Put the value into the formula  Hbrianowens.tvce, The kinetic brianowens.tvergy of the cheetah exceed by the 9 times of the runner.

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