Name: Date: Period:
PEI. +KEi =PEf +KEf
2 2 PE=qV KE=§mv2 V=~
qV,+%mv, = qu+%mvf r
Voltage, Electric Potential Energy & Capacitors Review Guide
7,7 V
1. Calculate the potential energy of a proton at point A.
p E :; U U E\°\;i34 MB
2P2 =1 ESE-lg
Name Period Date
Vertical Linear Motion: Free Fall
The equations below are no different than the equations that you were given for motion in l-
dimension with constant acceleration. The only difference is that the variable for displacement X
has been
Name
1.
Period 2
Light & Waves Review Guide
Label the regions of the electromagnetic spectrum:
Red? :2)
< Increasing Frequency (v)
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Name
Period
Date
Forces & Newtons Laws of Motion Review Problems
F
net
F
s,max
=ma
=IusN Fk=lukN Fg=mg
Incline Plane: N = mgcos FgJ = mg siné Fgay = mg 0036
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2. State Newton's Three Laws in
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Electric Potential Concepts Worksheet
E
1. Describe the relationship between electric field strength of a point charge, and the distance from
the point charge.
2. Fill out the table below:
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Date: Period:
Req=Rl+R2+m+Rn +++...+
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Circuits Review Guide
When resistors within a circuit are wired in series, the equivalent resistance can be found
a
by (L Q d g y \% the resistance of each resistor in series.
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Chapter 4: Forces
Force Vectors: 1 Newton = l kg-m/s2
Contact forces
Normal force (F N or N)
Frictional force (FS& Fk): FLmax = ,uSN Fk = ,ukN
,u varies from 0 to 1.0, ,u increases with friction
Tension force (FMS) (pulling a rope)
Applied