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A Force (F) Acting On A Body Depends On The Position Of The Body (x) As F(x)=-3x+2x^2. Assuming That This Is The Only Force Acting On The Body, What Is The Change In Kinetic Energy Of The Body As It Moves From X=1 To X=2? - Math Discussion

A force (F) acting on a body depends on the position of the body (x) as F(x)=-3x+2x^2. Assuming that this is the only force acting on the body, what is the change in kinetic energy of the body as it moves from x=1 to x=2?