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SCIENTIFIC E = gnergY ru = ITISSS c = velocityof light

Prefixesand symbolsto form decimalmultiplesand/orsubmultiples.

Power E Decimal OPTICALRELATIONSHIPS

of ten Notation Equivalent Prefix Phonic Symbol W a v e F o r m u l a :, = f L

1012 E + 12 1 000 000 000 000 tera ter'a T v = wdV€speed l, = w€lV€length

10e E + 09 1 000 000 000 giga ji'ga G /= frequency

lm

106 E + 06 1 000 000 mega meg'a M Uniformly llluminated Surface: E= T

103 E+03 1000 kilo kil'o k E = illumination

102 E+02 100 hecto hek'to h l m = l u m i n o u fsl u x A = uniformlyilluminated

area

10 E + 01 10 deka dek'a da

10' E - 01 0.1 deci des'i d

tmages andLenses: & =+

in Mirrors

102 E-02 0.01 centi sen'li c So= object size Do= object distance

103 E-03 0.001 milli mil'i m S i = i m a g es i z e D,= imagedistance

106 E - 06 0.000001 micro mi'kro p 111

10e

10'12

E - 09

E - 12

0.000000 001

0.000000 000 001

nano

pico

nan'o

pe'ko

n

p

Focal Length of Mirrors and Lenses:

=

,f focal length

T= q-E

10'1s E - 15 0.000000 000 000 001 femto fem'to t Do= objectdistance D, = imagedistance

10'18 E - 18 0.000000 000 000 000 001 atto at'to a Sneff's Law: n, sin 0, = nrsin 0,

ni= refracliveindexof ith material

KINEMATIC

FORMULAS 0, = €lrtglebetweenray and normalto surface

=

Coefficientof Friction: g =

!r = coefficientof friction

F = forceof friction

#

AND MAGNETISM

ELECTRICITY

ElectricCurrent:I=+

ql

,", =

Velocity:

I

r'" = averagevelocity

1= cutreot / = time

4 = quantit! of charge

Coulomb's Law of Electrostatics:F=k Q,'Q'

T

tI

d = distance r = elapsedtime F = force betweentwo charge

=

2 proportionality constant " -

't

Acceferation: eav= ,'t efez = Productof charges

d = distancesepdratingcharges

a_ = dV€f€lge acceleration v; = initialvelocity

r' = finalvelocity r = elapsedtime Capacitanceof a Capacitor: C = + \

!I

C = capdcitanceof a capacitor

Newton's 2nd Law of Motion: F = m.a

V = potentialdifferencebetweenplates

F= force la= ITrdss a= acceleration

^'Y' 4 = chargeon eilherplate

Law of Universal Gravitation: F = G

tr Ohm's Law of ResistanceiE = I.R

F = force of attraction ffifffi2 = prOductof masses E = €rTrfof source 1= CUIfe[tin the circuit

5; = gravitationalconstant d = distancebetweentheircenters R = resistanceof the circuit -

Force:F= ry

Centripetal Joule'sLaw.Q-P.R.t

o

Q = heat energy 1= cufleot R = resistance I = time

F = centriDetal force

rn=n't€rsS ,=v:.!99ry r = radiusof path Faraday's Law of Electrolysisi 7n- 7olo1

I

t?z= ITI€ISS z = electrochemicalequivalent

P e n d u l u m : T = 2 n- l 1=cuffeflt r=time

ls II

1=period

Work: W = F.d

/=length g = €lcceleration

of gravity fnduced emf: Coil in a Magnetic Field: E = - N

E = inducedemf N = Dumberof lurns

#

o

o

tl'=1y9fl1 F=fOfce d = distance do =

( 3 the changein flux linkagein a givenintervalof time

ldeaf MechanicalAdvantage: IMA = do/d,

d. = distancethroughwhich appliedforc6 F acts Induced emf: Gonductor in a Magnetic Field: E = fr.l.v

d, = distanceload movesagainstforceW withoutfriction E = inducedemf B = flux densityof the magneticfield

ActualMechanicalAdvantage: AMA = WF I = lengthof conductor

v = velocityof conductoracrossmagneiicfield

MechanicalEquivalentof Heat: W = J.Q

fnstantaneousVoltagei e = {* sin 0

l1'= work / = mechanicalequivalentof heat Q = heal

e = instantaneous

voltage

E*= maximumvoltage

ENERGYRELATIONSHIPS 0 = anglebetweenthe planeof the conductingloop and the

to the magneticflux (displacement

perpendicular angle)

Kinetic Energy: K - 112m.v2

K= kineticenergy ln= ITr€tsS v = velocity

InstantaneousCurrent: i = l.* sin 0

PotentiafEnergy: V = m.9.h I = instantaneous

current

tr'= potentialenergyg= accelerationof gravity l.- = ITlaximum

current

nt = fll8SS h = verticaldistance(height) 0 = displacementangle

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TRIGONOMETRIC

IDENTITIES

opposite REDUCTIONFORMULA:

cos (-e) = cos 0

tan (-0) = -tan 0

cot (-e) = -cot 0

adjacent sec (-e) = sec 0

csc (-0) = -csc 0

=

ooposite = 1

oilt U

nyporenuse csce PRODUCT:

^ adiacent 1

wlJo v - = sin 0 sin 0 = '/r[cos(0 - O)- cos (e + Q)]

nyporenuse seae

cos e cos Q =1/r[cos(e - 0) + cos (e + 0)]

oPposite sin0 sin 0 cos 0 = '/'[sin (e + 0) + sin (e - Q)]

tan o =

adjacent cose cos e sin Q = 1/z[sin (0 + 0) - sin (e - $)]

adiacent = cos 0

COIU =

opposlre srne THE LAW OF SINES

hypotenuse 1

sec0= sinA sinB sin C

adjacent COS€

aDc

= t =

cSCo=

^ -hvpotenuse

--:- =

1

opposite si n 0 THE LAW OF COSINES

a2=tf+C-2bccosA

PYTHAGOREANIDENTITIES:

ff=e2+C-2accosB

sin20+cos20=1 C=a2+ff-2abcosC

tan20+1=sec20

cot20+1=csc20

GREEKALPHABET

sin (0+Q)= sirl 0 cos Q+ cos 0 sin q

sin (e-Q)= sin 0 cos Q- cos 0 sin Q Letter Name

cos (0+Q)= Gos0 cos Q- sin 0 sin Q A cl alpha

cos (0-Q)= cos 0 cos S + sin 0 sin q B B beta

f gamma

tan0+tand A 6 delta

tan (0+Q)=

1-tan0tanq E e epsilon

Z r zeta

ttne-tan0 H q eta

tan (e-Q)= @ e theta

1+tan0tand I t iota

K K kappa

D O U BL EAN G L E : A l. lambda

M tr mu

sin20=2sin0cos0 N v nu

c o s 2 0= 2 c o s 20 - 1 = 1 - 2 s i n 2 0 xi

2tan0 o o omicron

r?n zH = 1-: tenz e II E

pi

P p rho

o si gma

HALF ANGLE: T t tau

Y 1J upsi l on

s i n 2 0= 1 l z ( 1 - c o s 2 0 ) o a phi

c o s 20 = 1 l z (1+ c os 20) X x chi

e

tan - = -=-

1-cos0 sin0 Y v psi

O o omega

2 sin0 1+cos0

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