AQA GCSE P2 Formula Sheet 2012

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P2 AQA Formula Sheet 2012
Acceleration (m/s²) = Resultant force (N)/Mass (Kg) A = F/M
Acceleration (m/s²) = Final Velocity (m/s) ­ Initial Velocity (m/s)/Time(s) A= V-U/T
Weight (N) = Mass (Kg) × Gravitational Field Strength (N/Kg) W=M × G
Force (N) = Spring constant (N/m) × Extension (m) F=K×E
Work done (j) = Force applied (N) × Distance moved in the direction of force (m) W
=F × D
Power (W) = Energy transferred (j)/Time (s) P= E/T
Change in Gravitational potential energy (j) = Mass (Kg) × Gravitational field
strength (N/Kg) × Change in height (M) Ep = M × G × H
Kinetic energy (j) = ½ × Mass (Kg) × Speed (M/s) Ek = ½ × M × V²
Momentum (Kg M/s) = Mass (Kg) × Velocity (M/s) P = M × V
Current (Amps) = Charge in Coulombs (Q)/Time (s) I = Q/T
Potential difference (V) = Work done (j)/Charge in Coulombs V = Q/T
Potential difference in (V) = Current (Amps) × Resistance () V = I × R
Power (W) = Energy (j)/Time (s) P = E/T
Power = Current (I) × Potential difference (W) P = I × V

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