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GRAVITATION
Newton's Law of Gravitation:
Variation of 'g' - Effect of altitude:
Effect of depth:
Gravitational Field Strength:
ROTATORY MOTION
Torque or Moment of force:
Moment of Inertia: I = mr
2
Parallel Axes Theorem: I = I
c
+Md
2
Perpendicular Axes Theorem: I
x
+I
y
=I
z
Angular Momentum: L = I
Relation between Torque & Angular Momentum: = I
Law of conservation of angular momen-tum: I
1

1
=I
2

2
Rotational Kinetic Energy:
Total Kinetic Energy of a Rolling Body:
ELECTRO MAGNETIC INDUCTION
Paradise Law of EMI:
Motional EMF in translatory Motion: E=BL
Self Inductance:
Initial Inductance:
Self Inductance of a solenoid:
Mutual Inductance of a solenoid:
M =
0
n
p
N
s
A
Transformer - Voltage Ratio:
Current Ratio:
Growth of Current in L - R Circuit:
Growth of charge in C-R Circuit:
ALTERNATING CURRENT
R.M.S. value of AC (I
rms
):
Inductive Reactance (X
L
):X
L
= L = 2fL
Capacitive Reactance (X
C
):
AC through a Resistor:
Peak value of current,
AC through an Inductor:
Peak value of current,
AC through a Capacitor:
Peak value of current,
AC through CR series Circuit:
Peak value of current,
AC through LC Series Circuit:
Peak value of current,
AC through LR Series Circuit:
Peak value of current,
AC through LCR Series Circuit:
Peak value of current,
Quality factor of a Resonance Circuit:
OPTICS
Lens Maker's Formula:
Thin Lenses in Contact:
Lenses Separated by a
Distance:
Methods of minimizing Chromatic Aberr-ation: When two thin lens-
es are in contact
When two lenses are separated by a
distance 'd' is (
1
=
2
)
When two lenses are made of same
material (
1
=
2
)
Ramsden's Eye - Peace: Its effective focal length is 3f/4
Huygen's Eye Piece: Its effective focal length 3f/2
Phase difference = 2/(path difference)
Young's Double Slit Experiment: The resultant intensity of two
waves is
KINEMATICS
If a bullet looses(1/n)
th
of its velocity while passing through a plank,
then the no. of su-ch planks required to just stop the bullet is
The velocity of a body becomes of
its initial velocity after a
displacement of 'x', then it will come to rest after a further
displacement of
Body Projected Vertically up: a = -g
a) v = u - gt b)
c) v
2
- u
2
= 2gh d) ( )
n
g
s u 2n 1
2

2
1
s ut gt
2

2
x
n 1
th
1
n
j \
, (
( ,
2
n
2n 1
2 2 2
I R 4a cos
2


1 2
f f
d
2
+

1 2 2 1
1 2
f f
d
+

+
1 2
1 2
0
f f

+
1 2 1 2
1 1 1 d
f f f f f
+
1 2 3
1 1 1 1
.....
f f f f
+ + +
( )
1 2
1 1 1
1
f R R
j \

, (
( ,
1 L
Q
R C

( )
0
0
2
2
L C
E
I
R X X

+
0
0
2 2
L
E
I
R X

+
( )
0
0
L C
E
I
X X

0
0
2 2
C
E
I
R X

+
0
0
E
I
1
C

j \
, (
( ,
0
0
E
I
L

0
0
E
I
R

c
1 1
X
C 2 fC


0
rms 0 0
I
I 0.707I 70.7% of I
2

t
CR
0
q q 1 e

j \

, (
( ,
Rt
L
0
i i 1 e

j \

, (
( ,
2 1 2
1 2 1
V I N
V I N

1 1
2 2
V N
V N

2
0
N A
L
l

di
e M
dt

di
e L
dt
j \

, (
( ,
d
N
dt


2 2
trans rot tot. 2 2
K K
KE : KE : KE 1: : 1
R R
j \
+
, (
( ,
2
2
rot
1 L
K.E I
2 2I

r F
r
r r
0
g
0 0
m g F
E g
m m

r
r
r
r
1
d
g g 1
R
j \

, (
( ,
1
2h
g g 1
R
j \

, (
( ,
1 2
2
m m
F G
d

AIEEE Physics Quick Review


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Ablique Projectile - Equation of Projectile:


Horizontal Projectile-Equation of Horizontal Projectile:
READY RECKNOR: Give top priority to (1) Most important topics
(2) Be thorough in important topics.
MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS
Modern Physics, Electrostatics, Magnetic effects of current and earth's
magnetism, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM and Oscillations, Current
electricity.
IMPORTANT TOPICS
Gravitation & Rotational Mechanics, EMI, AC & EM waves, Optics,
Kinematics.
HOWTO REVISE PHYSICS:
It is very important on the part of the student to stay in touch with every
subject and with all the topics.

STEP ONE:
Divide topics into 3 categories i.e.,
Category
(1) Topics in which you are very confident.
(2) Topics which require little revision but you are ok.
(3) Difficult topics which require lot of revision

STEP TWO:
If you are using 9 hours for revision and 3 hours need to be allotted for
Physics. Give 2 hours of your time to concentrate on the difficult top-
ics you have identified. 1 hour to the topics for which little revision is
required. Go for thorough revision of the theory and then attack the
questions in a systematic manner only on the topics you have covered
on that day. A quick review of the key on your own will give you a
clear idea on the topics which you have to revisit. This is how you need
to consolidate and strengthen yourself.

STEP THREE:
To stay in touch with all topics in any given exercise (if the questions
are all categories into different levels) start attempting even numbered
questions first from all the topics. This will give you "time" to go
through all the topics. After completing go for odd numbered questions
in level - I. The same may be repeated for Level - II and Level - III
questions.

STEP FOUR:
Write as many grand tests as possible. Analyse the answers and try to
rectify the mistakes.
2
2
2
1 x g
y g x
2 u 2u
, ] j \

, (
, ]
] ( ,
[ ]
2 2
2 2
g
y tan x x Ax Bx
2u cos
, ]

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]
2
max
u
H
2g