Physics 30 June 2000 Diploma Exam

# acceleration due to gravity or gravitational

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Unformatted text preview: .10 kilo .............. k ..................10 mega ........... M ................10 giga ............. G .................10 12 Exponential Value tera .............. T .................10 Prefix Ry = R sin θ Rx = R cos θ Rx Ry 2 Rx + Ry tan θ = R= For any Vector Tear-out Page 2πr T P= t W = t ∆E W = ∆E = Fd cos θ W = Fd & & p = mv Momentum and Energy & & Fs = – kx Ff = µFN g & & F = mg & & F∆t = m∆v & & F = ma Dynamics v= Kinematics & & d vave = t & & v – vi & a= f t & & 1&2 d = vi t + a t 2 EQUATIONS 2 r 2 2 1 mv 2 T 2 4π mr 2 2 Ep = 12 kx 2 Ep = mgh Ek = Fc = 2 mv r r Gm 1 Fc = g= Fg = Gm1 m 2 2 a =v c r vf = vi + 2ad 2 && 1&2 d = v f t – at 2 & & & vf + vi d = 2 t m k = l; 4 λ1 =l hc λ = qVstop E = hf = k max E W = hf 0 hf = Ek max + W Atomic Physics 2 λ1 v = fλ 1 f T = 2π T= l g T = 2π Waves and Light xd nl h0 hi = d0 –d i 2 E1 1 N = N0 2 2 n rn = n r 1 En = 1 n 1 1 1 = RH 2 – 2 λ n ni f 1 1 1 = + f d 0 di m= d sinθ λ= n λ= sinθ1 v λ n = 1= 1= 2 sinθ 2 v2 λ2 n1 2 h λ p= r 2 kq1q2 ∆E q I eff = 0.707 I max 1 1 1 1 = + + R R1 R2 R3 R = R1 + R2 + R3 V= & V E= d & kq E= 1 2 r & & F E= e q Fe = q t = Vs Vp = Veff = 0.707 Vmax Ns Np V = lvB⊥ Fm = qvB⊥ Fm = IlB⊥ I= P = IV V = IR Is Ip hf ; E = pc c p= Electricity and Magnetism E = mc Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics 21 Sc 22 Ti 23 V 24 6 Cr VIB 25 7 Mn VIIB 26 Fe 8 27 9 VIIIB 10 Atomic number VIIIB 3 Key IB 11 Li 12 Symbol IIB 5 13 IIIA B 6 14 IVA C 7 15 VA N 8 16 VIA O 9 17 VIIA F 18 2 He VIIIA or O (226.03) radium francium Ra (223.02) Fr 88 cesium 87 137.33 barium 132.91 Ba 56 55 Cs 87.62 strontium Sr rubidium Rb 38 85.47 37 40.08 calcium Ca potassium K 20 39.10 19 24.31 Mg magnesium 12 sodium Na 22.99 11 9.01 beryllium lithium Li 6.94 3 44.96 Y 89-103 57-71 yttrium 88.91 39 scandium Zr Hf Nb Ta tantalum 180.95 73 niobium 92.91 41 vanadium 50.94 (98.91) Tc W tungsten 1...
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