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Newton’s Third Law For every force object A acts Gravitational Energy g = gravity=9.81 m/s

O Level on object B, object B will Ep = mgh h = height

exert an equal and opposite Conservation of Energy E1=Energy Before,

Physics Formula Sheet force on object A.

Forces and Torque

E1 = E2 E2=Energy After

Measurements

Reaction Forces Acting in opposite direction. Energy cannot be created or

Base SI Units Mass SI Unit is Kilogram

For example, the ground will destroyed, only transformed

Kg, m, s, A, K, mol (kg).

give a reaction force that is or converted into other

Length SI unit is metre (m).

equivalent to the man’s forms. The total energy of a

Time SI Unit is second (s).

weight. closed system remains the

Current SI unit is Ampere

Force Resolution on Ө is the angle between the same.

(A). Temperature SI unit is

Kelvin (K). Inclined Plane horizontal surface and the Thermal Energy

Amount of substance is Fhorizontal = F cos Ө inclined plane. Thermal Energy & Energy is required to

molar (mol). Fvertical = F sin Ө Specific Heat Capacity increase the temperature of

Number Prefix nano (n), micro (µ), milli E= m s ∆T matter. m is the mass, s is the

n (10-9), µ (10-6), m (10-3), c (m), centi ©, deci (d), kilo Moment of Force Moment m is the product of specific heat capacity and T

(10-2), d (10-1), K (103), M (K), mega (M). m=Fd force F and perpendicular is the temperature.

(106) distance from the pivot d. Thermal Energy Energy is required to matter

Equations in Motion Rotational Balance Condition for body in & Latent Heat to change state. Lfusion is the

Anticlockwise Moment = rotational balance For melting, latent heat of fusion while

Average Speed d=distance,

Clockwise Moment E = m Lfusion Lvaporization is the latent heat

s = ∆d / ∆t t= time

Mass, Weight, Density and Pressure of vaporization.

Average Velocity x = displacement,

Weight Weight w is the product of For boiling, m is the mass.

v = ∆x/∆t t= time,

w = mg mass by gravitational field E = m Lvaporization

slope of distance-time graph

Acceleration strength

A = ∆v/∆t Density Density d is given by the Waves

d=

m ratio of mass m over volume Wave Velocity The velocity of a wave v is

v = u + at u=initial velocity

V V. v=fλ the product of its frequency f

x = ut + ½ at2 g =gravitational

Pressure Pressure P is the ratio of and wavelength λ.

v2 = u2 + 2ax constant=9.81 m/s2

F force F over area A. Period Period T is the inverse of

v = 2gh h = height P= 1

A T= frequency f.

f

Pressure of liquid column Pressure h is proportional to

Newton’s Laws of Motion P = ρgh density ρ, height of column h

Newton’s First Law At equilibrium, the body and gravitational field

→

continues to stay in its state strength g.

∑F = 0 of rest or of uniform speed as Work and Energy

long as no net force and no Work Done F= force, d= distance

net torque is acting on the W = Fd θ=angle between Force &

body. distance

Newton’s Second Law The acceleration of an object Power t=time

F= ma is directly proportional to the P= W/t = Fv

net force acting on it and Kinetic Energy M=mass

inversely proportional to its Ek= 1 mv 2 v=velocity

mass. 2

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Light and Optics Focal Length of a For a spherical mirror, the focal supplied by the power supply.

Law of Reflection

θ1 = θ 2

The angle of incident Ө1 is equal to

the angle of reflection Ө2. Both are

mirror

1

length is half of the radius of

curvature.

∑V = EMF

with respect to the perpendicular f = r

normal of the surface of the mirror. 2 Electromagnetism

The angle of incident Ө1 and angle Transformer The ratio of the voltage Vp and Vs

Snell’s Law

of refraction Ө2 is with respect to Vp np in a transformer is proportional to

(refraction) Electronic Circuits

n1 sin θ1 = n2 sin θ 2 the perpendicular normal of the Current C=Charge = the ratio of the number of coils np

surface between the two medium. I = ∆C / ∆t t=time Vs ns and ns.

Critical Angle The critical angle θc is the angle of Ohm’s Law V=voltage, Right Hand Grip

n incidence beyond which total Resistance R= resistance, Rule

sin θ c = 2 internal reflection occurs. The index R=V/I I = current

n1

of refraction for the medium in Resistance of a ρ = resistivity I is the current.

which the incident ray is traveling is wire L = length of wire B is the magnetic field.

n1, the index of refraction for the R = ρL/A A = cross sectional area

second medium which the refracted Electric Power Combining ohm’s law the power P

ray is traveling is n2. P = VI can be calculated using any Fleming’s Left Hand

Index of Refraction The higher the index of refraction is = V2/R combination of these three equation Rule (Motor Rule)

for a medium, the slower is the = I2R variations. Thumb is for the

c

n= speed of light v in the medium. c is motion. Index finger is

v the speed of light in vacuum. for the magnetic field.

Electrical Energy Electrical energy can be calculated

The Lens Equation The focal length of the lens f is: Second finger is for the

E = Pt = VIt by the product of power and time.

current.

1 1 1 • Positive for a converging Root Mean Square For an AC circuit, the root-mean-

+ = lens Voltage & Current square (rms) values can be

do di f • Negative for a divergent & Power calculated from the peak values. Fleming’s Right

lens Vo I Prms= 0.5 Pmax

Vrms = , I rms = o Hand Rule

The object distance do is: 2 2

(Generator)

I 2R 1

• Positive if it is on the side Prms = I rms

2

R= 0 = P Thumb is for the

2 2

of the lens from which the motion. Index finger is

Resistance in Series Resistance in series adds up. Having

light is coming for the magnetic field.

Rtotal = R1 + R2 + R3 more obstacles along the path for

• Negative if on the current means more resistance. Second finger is for the

opposite side current.

Resistance in Resistance in parallel takes the

Parallel reciprocal. Parallel path for current

The image distance di is: 1 1 1 1

= + + to go through means lesser

• Positive if it is on the Rtotal R1 R2 R3

resistance.

opposite side of the lens

Kirchoff’s First Sum of all incoming currents at a

from which the light is junction is the same as sum of all the

Law

coming inco min g outgoing outgoing current at a junction.

• Negative if on the same

side ∑I = ∑I

Magnification For an upright image, the

hi d magnification m is positive and for Kirchoff’s Second Sum of all potential difference V in

m= =− i

ho do an inverted image m is negative. Law components of a circuit is equal to

the electromotive force EMF

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