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1 mile = 5280 ft. 1 mile = 1.6103 km 1 meter = 3.2808 ft 1 mph = 1.608 km/h 1 mph = 0.4466 m/s 1 mole = atoms G=

Rotation

Rotational kinetic energy.

Pressure + Density

Density=m/v
Pressure =F/A Mass in terms of density and volume.

Conversions Cylinder Eqns of Motion Acceleration Velocity Position Distance Velocity Average Velocity Velocity Acceleration Solid Cylinder Hollow Cylinder Disk Rod-Center Rod-End Hoop Thin Loop Deﬁnition

Geometry / Trig

Circle Area Surface Area Volume Sphere

Pressure at depth H, P0 on surface Buoyancy Bernoulli

Linear Variable More Bernoulli The pressure at depth y1 is p1, similarly for y2 and p2.

Linear Motion

**Simple Harmonic Motion
**

Deﬁnition:
Force Requirement Period Frequency Inertia C 1

**Rotational Inertia + Energy
**

Shape

Projectile Motion

**Circular + Satellite Motion
**

Variables Angular Position Angular Velocity Angular Acceleration
Deﬁnition Centripetal Acceleration Centripetal Force Velocity given frequency

**The Physical Pendulum Damped Harmonic Motion
**

Angular Momentum Rotational Kinetic Energy Power, Torque, Angular Velocity Work-Energy Theorem
Solution
Damping Force

Rectangular Plate Solid Sphere

Time for Revolution Linear Variable

Collisions - Elastic

Momentum is conserved Momentum is conserved

**Forced Harmonic Motion
**

Assumed
Solution:

Friction

, Static force
, Kinetic force

Gravity

Force of gravity

Special case when *Note: Above is also true for velocity, just swap out p with v.

Collisions - Partially Inelastic

Acceleration of gravity at height h from Earthʼs surface , Change/loss in kinetic energy Force of gravity at distance R from earth Mass of earth inside radius r, with density Gravitational P.E. between 2 objects. r=distance between Escape velocity

Collisions - Part Inelastic w/ Walls

= density.

Escape Velocity Keplerʼs Law (Law of Periods) r = distance between objects, radius.

m = mass of an object.

Power + Work

Deﬁnition of Work Work-KE Theorem , Work at an angle:
Average power
Work done by Gravity

Potential Energy

PE, given height H Gravitational PE PE of a spring

Deform/Stress

Relation between Stress, Strain. Relation between compression, Bulk Modulus Relation between stress, force per unit area.

Kinetic Energy

Max drop height (given max N); p = inertia

,

Hookeʼs Law

, Fractional change in Volume

, Fractional change in length

**Impulse and Momentum
**

|| ,
Momentum is parallel to velocity Momentum is proportional to V and M Impulse is change in momentum Average force over time Kinetic energy and Momentum

Collapse of a Star Hot Air Balloon Lift

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