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1. This equation can describe velocity or speed. When d 7. This equation requires constant acceleration to hold

represents distance, the equation describes speed. true. v is velocity, g is gravitational acceleration

When d represents displacement, v is equal to velocity.: (9.8m/s/s) and h is height fallen.:

constant speed v which experiences a centripetal

acceleration a(c) that is proportional to the square of its

speed and inversely proportional to the radius of the

circle which is circumscribes.:

change in velocity, or displacement/ unit time, per unit

time. SI units are in m/s^2:

an object to give it a certain centripetal acceleration.:

true. x is displacement, v is velocity, t is time, and a is

the acceleration.:

objects of masses m(1) and m(2) at a distance r. G is the

gravitational constant.:

4. This equation requires constant acceleration to hold

true. v is velocity, a is acceleration, and t is time.:

11. This equation is Hooke's law, which describes the force

true. v is velocity, a is acceleration, x is displacement.:

generated when an object is deformed. k is the spring

constant unique to the specific object, and x is the

displacement from the rest position.:

true. v(avg) is average velocity, v(o) is original velocity, v

is current velocity.: 12. This equation describes the force which acts on an

object directly down the plane of an inclined plane when

gravity is the only force on that object.:

13. This equation describes the normal force which acts on 20. This equation describes gravitational potential energy.

an object on an inclined plane when gravity is the only m is mass, g is gravitational acceleration, and h is

force on that object.: height.:

kinetic friction. Note, in order for friction to kinetic, 21. This equation describes kinetic energy.:

both plane of the objects MUST be SLIDING past each

other. This means cars tires do NOT experience kinetic

friction.:

15. This equation describes static friction acting between 22. This equation describe torque. Tau is torque, F is the

two objects which are stationary due to each other. This force, and l is the lever arm (direction of force

force must be overcome to slide the objects past each perpendicular to the axis of rotation.:

other.:

16. This is Newton's second law, stating that the Force (net 23. This equation describes work. F is force, d is distance,

force) on an object is proportional to is mass and and theta is the angle between the force and

acceleration.: displacement.:

gained or lost. K is kinetic energy, U is potential energy,

17. This equation describes power. P is power, E is energy,

and E(i) is internal energy.:

and t is time.:

is velocity, and theta is the angle between F and v.:

27. This equation describes rest mass energy.:

spring constant, x is displacement.:

28. This equation describes fluid density. Rho is density, m 34. Thisis bernoullis equation. K is a constant, P is

is mass, and V is volume. Unit are usually Kg/m^3.: pressure, rho is density, v is velocity, g is gravitational

acceleration, and h is height.:

coming from a spigot at a height h below an open

container of water. v is velocity, g is gravitational

acceleration, and h is the height difference. Note for this

equation to hold true, the spigot and container must be

exposed to the same external pressure (atm):

29. This equation describes pressure due to a liquid at rest.

P is pressure, F is force, and A is area.:

water is 1. Fluids with higher S.G than 1 are more dense

than water.: 38. This equation describes resonant frequency for a pipe

open or closed at both ends, or a string with both ends

tieddown:

fluid at rest. P is pressure, rho is density, g is the

gravitational constant, and y is the height of the

column.:

32. This equation describe the buoyant force on an object 39. This equation describes beat frequency:

immersed in a fluid.Rho is the density of the fluid, V is

the volume of fluid displaced by object, and g is

gravitational acceleration.:

40. This equation describes resonant frequency for a string

tied at one end of a pipe open at one end:

area, v is velocity of the fluid.:

41. The doppler effect: 47. This equation describes capacitance. C is capacitance in

farads, Q is charge on the plates, V is voltage between

the plates.:

43. Velocity of electromagnetic radiation (c = 3 x 10^8): 49. This equation describes potential energy of a capacitor:

45. This equation describes the maximum voltage of an AC electric field E:

current. V(rms) is the root mean square voltage (120 in

AC outlets):

46. This equation describes the maximum current of an AC 52. This equation describes the potential energy of a point

circuit. I(rms) is the root mean square voltage.: charge in an electric field due to an electric force times

displacement of the charge (arbitrary, similar to

gravitational pot energy):

53. Voltage. E field strength times distance: 61. Power = current times voltage:

54. Potential energy. Voltage times charge: 62. Power = current squared times resistance:

55. Force due to two point charges with charge q1 and q2 63. Power = voltage squared divided by resistance:

and distance between them r:

radiation, c, to its frequency and wavelength:

of light in a vacuum.:

strength, theta = angle between v and B:

when passing between two medium of different indices

60. Voltage = current times resistance: of refraction. Note, a higher index of refraction results

in a lower speed in that medium.:

68. Equation relating focal point of mirror to center of curvature.:

71. Magnification:

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