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A particle of unit mass is moving on a plane. Its trajectory, in polar coordinates, is given by $r(t)=t^{2}, \theta (t)=t$, where $t$ is time. The Kinetic energy of the particle at time $t=2$ is

  1. $4$
  2. $12$
  3. $16$
  4. $24$
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