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## What happens to the kinetic energy when the momentum is tripled?

Hence, if the momentum of a body is tripled, it’s **Kinetic energy will become nine times its original value.**

## How will the kinetic energy change if its momentum is doubled?

Kinetic energy is directly proportional to the squared of the velocity. This means that when momentum is doubled, mass remaining constant, velocity is doubled, as a result now kinetic energy becomes **four times greater than the original value**

## When the momentum of body is increased by 3 times its kinetic energy becomes?

If momentum increase by 3 times, then KINETIC ENERGY will increase **by 9 times. i.e., v is increased by 3 times. So, KE will increase by 3xb2(9) times.**

## How does the kinetic energy of an object change if its momentum is halved?

Originally Answered: How does the kinetic energy of a body change if its momentum is halved? **Kinetic energy increases with the square of the velocity, while momentum is linear. If it’s the mass that changes, then if momentum is halved, KE will also be halved.**

## What happens to the kinetic energy of object if its momentum is doubled?

Kinetic energy is **directly proportional to the squared of the velocity. This means that when momentum is doubled, mass remaining constant, velocity is doubled, as a result now kinetic energy becomes four times greater than the original value.**

## When kinetic energy of a body becomes thrice its momentum becomes?

If the momentum of a body is made three times , how will the kinetic energy will change ? Kinetic energy will become **9 times .**

## What happens to the kinetic energy when the speed is tripled?

If the speed triples, how does the kinetic energy change? **The kinetic energy increases as the square of the speed. If the speed triples, how does the kinetic energy change? The kinetic energy increases by a factor of 9.**

## How does momentum affect kinetic energy?

Since there is a relation between KE and momentum, **KE increases with a rise in momentum. For instance, a 5% increase in momentum will result in a 10% increase in kinetic energy.**