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CORE

s = d/t
• Speed (m/s) = distance(m)/time(s)
• Speed (km/h) = distance(km)/time(h)

F = ma • Resultant force(N) = mass(kg) x acceleration(m/s2) .

W = mg • Weight(N) = mass(kg) x gravitational field(N/kg) .

ρ = m/V • Density(kg/m3) = mass(kg)/volume(m3) • Density(g/cm3) = mass(g)/volume(cm3) .

i=r angle of incidence = angle of reflection .

V = IR • Voltage(V) = Current(A) x resistance(Ω) .

SUPPLEMENT (Extended) .

a = (v-u)/t • Acceleration(m/s2) = (final speed – initial speed)/time taken(s) • Acceleration(m/s2) = (change in speed)(m/s)/time taken(s) .

F = kx Force (N) = spring constant (N/m) x extension (m) .

P= F/A • Pressure(N/m2 or Pa) = Force(N)/area(m2) .

Ek = ½mv 2 • Kinetic energy(J) = ½ x mass(kg) x (speed(m/s)2 .

Ep = mgh • Gravitational potential energy(J) = mass(kg) x gravitational field(N/kg or m/s2) x height(m) .

Efficiency (%) Efficiency(%) = useful energy out x 100 total energy in .

W = Fd • Work done (J) = Force(N) x distance(m) .

P = E/t • Power(W) = Energy(J)/time(s) .

p1V1 = p 2V2 Initial pressure x initial volume = Final pressure x final volume .

E = mcΔT Energy = mass x specific heat capacity x temp change .

E = mL Energy J) = mass (kg) x specific latent heat (j/kg) .

v = fλ • Speed(m/s) = frequency(Hz) x wavelength(m) .

I = Q/t Current (A) = Charge (C)/time (s) .

P = VI • Power(W) = Voltage(V) x current(A) .

E = VIt • Energy(J) = voltage(V) x current(A) x time(s) .

Resistors in Series and parallel .

Vp/Vs = Np/Ns • Primary voltage(V)/secondary voltage(V) = # of primary turns/# secondary turns .

VpIp = VsIs Power IN = Power OUT .

Now write down as many as you can remember! .