Physics 101 Equations

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Physics 101 Equations
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2013-04-29 12:46:45
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All equations from class start to the midterm
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  1. Work
  2. Thermal Energy



    • Q= thermal energy
    • m= mass
    • c = specific heat
    • = change in temperature
  3. Power
  4. Velocity
  5. Acceleration



    • v= velocity
    • t=time
  6. Speed



    (Same as velocity, use speed when direction doesn't matter)
  7. Efficiency
  8. Velocity Acquired



    • a = acceleration
    • t = time
  9. Distance Traveled by Accelerating Object



    • g = acceleration (usually due to gravity)
    • t = time
  10. Acceleration
  11. Momentum (linear)



    • m = mass
    • v = velocity
  12. Impulse





    • F = Force on an object
    • t = time force is applied
  13. Rule About Net Momentum
  14. Potential Energy
  15. Weight


    • m = mass
    • g = acceleration due to gravity
  16. Kinetic Energy
  17. Work-Energy Theorem
  18. Kinetic Energy related to
  19. Centripetal Acceleration
  20. Centripetal Force
  21. Angular Velocity


  22. What is the equation to find ?
    s
  23. Average Angular Velocity
  24. Find Angular Velocity when , , and are known.
  25. Rotational Quantities

    Find when , , , and are known.
  26. Angular Momentum
  27. Universal Law of Gravity



    d = distance between centers of two objects
  28. Gravitational Constant
  29. Relationship Between Pressure and Volume (when all else is constant)
  30. Relationship Between Volume and Temperature


    • V = volume
    • T = temperature in Kelvin
  31. Convert Celcius to Kelvin
  32. Ideal Gas Law


    • P = pressure
    • V = volume
    • n = moles
    • T = temperature
    • R = universal constant 0.0821
  33. Third Equation of Motion



    • a = acceleration
    • s = distance traveled by object

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