Additional Science Physics Equations

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What is this equation for? = distance travelled (m)/time taken (s)
Speed (m/s) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = change in velocity (m/s)/ time taken (s)
Acceleration (m/s²) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = mass (kg) x velocity (m/s)
Momentum (kg m/s) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = resultant force (N) x time that the force acts (s)
Change of Momentum (kg m/s) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = force (N) x distance moved in direction of force (m)
Work done by a force (J) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = 1/2 x mass (kg) x velocity² ([m/s]2)
Kinetic Energy (J) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = weight (N) x vertical height difference (m)
Change in G.P.E (J) [P4]
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What is this equation for? = voltage (V) x current (A)
Power (W) [P5]
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What is this equation for? = voltage (V)/ current (A)
Resistance (Ohms) [P5]
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What is this equation for? = mass (kg) x [speed]² ([m/s]²)
Energy (J) [P6]
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What is this equation for? = change in velocity (m/s)/ time taken (s)

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Acceleration (m/s²) [P4]

Card 3

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What is this equation for? = mass (kg) x velocity (m/s)

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Card 4

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What is this equation for? = resultant force (N) x time that the force acts (s)

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Card 5

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What is this equation for? = force (N) x distance moved in direction of force (m)

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