Terms  Definitions 

Work 

Magnification 

Capacitance 

Momentum 

Frequency 
f=1/T
T=period 
Fc= 
(mv^2)/R

Centripetal Acceleration 

PeriodFrequency Relationship 

Ohm's Law 

Net Force 

Bernoulli's Equation 

Coulomb's Law 

Electric Power 

Conservative Work 
0=(KE(f)+PE(f))(KE(o)+PE(o)

Tangential Velocity 
v=(2πr)/T

Hook's Law 
F=Kdeltax

J= 
delta p

force of friction 
(Fn)(mu)

forgotten power equation 
FV

RMS of Velocity 

Power Equation 1 

de Broglie wavelength 

Constructive Interference Point 

Index of Refraction 

Projectile Motion xDirection 
Vx=x/t

Gravitational Constant 
G=6.67E11 N*m^2/kg^2

E in Magnetism 
F/Q

Modern Physics E= 
HF

formula for Carnot efficiency 
((Th)(Tl))/(Th)

Period of a Spring 

Buoyant Force (Archimedes Principle) 

Rate of Heat Transfer 

Energy of a Photon 

Torque (italic T) (unit) 
N*m

Nonconservative Work 
W= ΔKE ΔPE=KE(f)KE(o)+PE(f)PE(o)

Fg= 
mg or rho gv

Torque 
T = FLsin θ

formula for finding magnetic flux 
BA

formula for constructive interference in a thin membrane with two phase changes 
2nt=mwavelength

Magnetic Force on a current 

Electric Field between Two Plates 

Work in an Isobaric System 

N 
(Sin theta 1)/(sin theta 2)

Displacement 
Delta x = Vot +1/2at^2

Formula for frictional force 
Ff= μmg

first kinematic 
V = (Vo) + at

heat required to melt a substance 
M(Lf)

Kinetic Energy of Electron Ejected from Metal Surface 

Displacement (x or y) (unit) 
meter (m)

Final Velocity  Initial Velocity 
2a(delta x)

Power not using time 
P = FV

the units of power other than watts 
joules/second

hooke's law 
force of a spring = KA

formula for change in internal energy in a cosnstat volume PV process 
(3/2)nRdeltaT

formula for efficiency not using work out 
((Qin)(Qout))/(Qin)

change in internal energy during a cyclic process 
0

Force in Terms of an Electric Field 

Formula relating charge and time 
I = Q/t

Formulaic definition of Work 
W = Fdcos θ

type of collision where K is conserved 
elastic collision

the electric force between two objects of charge Q 
K qQ/r^2

formula for finding the momentum of a photon 
h/wavelength

First law of thermodynamics 
ΔU = W + Q

electric field in a distance r from a charge 
kQ/r^2

Electric Potential = Potential Difference = V 
W/Q = F/C or KQ/R

Formula for buoyant force if submerged volume is known 
Fb = ρvg

new wavelength of light as it enters a new substance 
(No)(wavelength)=(Nn)(new wavelength)

equation for the first law of thermodynamics 
deltaU = deltaQ + deltaW

Force on a current carrying wire in a Bfield 
F = ILBsin θ

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