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shannon s.

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g

=10m/s^2 (the magnitude of gravitational acceleration near the surface of the Earth)

p(water)

1000 kg/m^3 = 1g/cm^3 (density of water)

e

1.6x10^-19 (elementary electric charge)

k0

9.10^9 Nm^2/C^2 (Coulomb's constant)

h

6.626 x 10^-34 Jxs (planck's contant)

c

3x10^8 m/s (speed of light in vacuum)

m

kg

s

C

v

p

W

pico (p)

nano (n)

micro (u)

milli- (m)

centi (c)

kilo (k)

mega (M)

giga (G)

square root of 2 and 3

distance

displacement

speed

average speed=

velocity

average velocity =

average acceleration =

units of acceleration

the big 5 equations #1

the big 5 equations #2

the big 5 equations #3

the big 5 equations #4

the big 5 equations #5

gravity

three quantities you can find with a graph

kinematics "something was dropped" v0= and a=

kinematics "starts from rest" or "stops" v0 and v

kinematics, moving at constant speed

a=

Newton's 1st law

mass and newtons 1st law

Fnet=

newtons 2nd law

Newton's 3rd law

kinetic friction

static friction

centripetal acceleration (inward)

uniform circular motion F_{c}=

a_{c}=v^{2}/r, what does v stand for?

torque

torque =

units of torque

sin90 =

torque is a vector, what direction if negative and positive

static equilibrium

torque is maximized when

an alternate formula for torque

work =

units of work

work is a

work done by kinetic friction

work done by centripetal force

work done by the normal force

gravity is a

power =

units of power

for a constant force parallel to a constant velocity

kinetic energy =

units of kinetic energy

work total =

potential energy ; work gravity =

potential energy near the surface of the earth

conservation of mechanical energy

work non-conservative =

mechanical advantage (MA)=

Efficiency (%) =

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