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(physics only) moment of a force (using force and distance)
M = F x d
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(physics only) pressure (using force and area)
P = F / A
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distance (using speed and time)
s = v x t
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acceleration (using change in velocity and time)
a = change in v / t
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resultant force (using mass and acceleration)
F = M x a
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momentum (using mass and velocity)
p = m x v
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Work done (using force and distance)
W = F s
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Kinetic energy (using mass and speed)
Ek = (1/2) m x (v squared)
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Gravitational potential energy (using mass, gravitational field strength and height)
Ep = m g h
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Power (using energy transferred and time)
P = E / t
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Power (using work done and time)
P = W /t
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Efficiency (using useful output energy and total input energy)
Efficiency = useful output energy transfer / total input energy transfer
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Efficiency (using useful power output and total power input)
Efficiency = useful power output / total power input
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Charge flow (current and time)
Q = I t
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Potential difference (using current and resistance)
V = I R
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Power (using potential difference and current)
P = V I
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Power (using current and resistance)
P = Isquared R
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Energy transfer (using power and time)
E = P t
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Energy transfer (using charge flow and potential difference)
E = Q V
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Density (using mass and volume)
p = m / v
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weight (using mass and gravitational field strength)
W = m x g
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force applied to a spring (spring constant and extension)
F = k x e
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wave speed (using frequency and wavelength)
v = f x λ
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(physics only) pressure (using force and area)

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P = F / A

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distance (using speed and time)

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acceleration (using change in velocity and time)

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resultant force (using mass and acceleration)

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