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### FormulaSheet_1

Course: PHY 122, Fall 2009
School: Cal Poly Pomona
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122 Physics Exam #1 Formula Sheet Cal Poly Pomona Physics Department - Mireles Chapter #10 T = 1/ f = 2 f Chapter #12 L = L0 T V = V0 T Stress = Y T Q = cmT Q = mL f Q = mLv Chapter #13 ( kAT ) t Q= L Q = e T At 4 d (t ) = A cos t vmax = A amax = A 2 Fapplied = kx Frestore = -kx PEelastic = = = I = mr k m mgL I 2 1 2 kx 2 Pnet = e A(T - T0 ) 4 4 = g L Chapter #14 1 u = 1.6605 X 10-27 kg NA = 6.022 X...

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122 Physics Exam #1 Formula Sheet Cal Poly Pomona Physics Department - Mireles Chapter #10 T = 1/ f = 2 f Chapter #12 L = L0 T V = V0 T Stress = Y T Q = cmT Q = mL f Q = mLv Chapter #13 ( kAT ) t Q= L Q = e T At 4 d (t ) = A cos t vmax = A amax = A 2 Fapplied = kx Frestore = -kx PEelastic = = = I = mr k m mgL I 2 1 2 kx 2 Pnet = e A(T - T0 ) 4 4 = g L Chapter #14 1 u = 1.6605 X 10-27 kg NA = 6.022 X 1023 k mol-1 = 1.38 X 10-23 J/K F=5.67 X 10-8 J/sm2K4 R = 8.314 J / (mole K) P= F/A Stress = Const . Strain F / A= Y F / A = S n=N NA = m MassPerMole L L0 X L0 n= m part N m part N A PV = NkT PV = nRT Boyle : PVi = Pf V f i Charles : ...

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