AP Physics Equations

AP Physics Equations

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Section 1

(50 cards)

Resistors in Parallel

Front

R = Resistance

Back

Average Power

Front

w = Work ∆t = Elapsed Time

Back

Power as a Function of Force

Front

v = Velocity

Back

Ideal Gas Law

Front

P = Pressure V = Volume n = Number of Moles R = Universal Gas Constant T = Temperature N = Number of Molecules k[B] = Boltzmann's Constant

Back

Coulomb's Law

Front

k = Thermal Conductivity q = Charge r = Radius

Back

Charge on a Capacitor

Front

Q = Charge V = Voltage

Back

Heat Transfer Rate

Front

k = Thermal Conductivity A = Area ∆T = Change in Temperature L = Length

Back

Definition of Impulse

Front

F = Force ∆t = Change in Time ∆p = Change in Momentum

Back

Definition of Density

Front

m = Mass V = volume

Back

Elastic Potential Energy

Front

k = Spring Constant x = Position of Spring

Back

Period of a Spring Pendulum

Front

m = Mass k = Spring Constant

Back

Carnot Efficiency

Front

T[C] = Heat Rejected T[H] = Heat Provided

Back

Continuity

Front

A = Area v = Velocity

Back

Power Dissipated by a Circuit

Front

I = Current V = Voltage

Back

Voltage Between Parallel Plates

Front

v = Velocity d = Distance

Back

Absolute Pressure

Front

P₀ = Initial Pressure ρ = Density g = Acceleration Due to Gravity h = Height

Back

Definition of Pressure

Front

F = Force A = Area

Back

Newton's 2nd Law

Front

m = Mass a = Acceleration

Back

Period/Frequency Relationship

Front

T = period f = Frequency

Back

Capacitance Equation

Front

ϵ₀ = Vacuum Permittivity A = Area d = Distance

Back

Potential for Point Charges

Front

k = Coulomb's Constant q = Charge r = Radius

Back

Root Mean Square Velocity

Front

R = Universal Gas Constant T = Temperature M = Molar Mass k[B] = Boltzmann's Constant T = Temperature μ = Mass of Molecule

Back

Average Kinetic Energy of a Particle

Front

k[B] = Boltzmann's Constant T = Temperature

Back

Velocity of an Object as a Function of Time

Front

v₀ = Initial Velocity a = Acceleration t = Time

Back

Force on a charge in an Electric Field

Front

q = Charge

Back

Gravitational Potential Energy

Front

m = Mass g = Acceleration Due to Gravity h = Height

Back

First Law of Thermodynamics

Front

∆U = Change in Internal Energy Q = Heat Transferred to a System W = Work Done on a System

Back

Period of a Simple Pendulum

Front

ℓ = Length g = Acceleration Due to Gravity

Back

Centripetal Acceleration

Front

v = Velocity r = Radius

Back

Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation

Front

G = Universal Gravity Constant m = Mass r = Radius

Back

Definition of Work

Front

∆r = Distance

Back

Definition of Momentum

Front

m = Mass v = Velocity

Back

Hooke's Law

Front

F[s] = Force on Spring k = Spring Constant x = Position of Spring

Back

Work on a Charge

Front

q = Charge v = Voltage

Back

Force of Friction

Front

μ = Coefficient of Friction F[n] = Normal Force

Back

Displacement of an Object as a Function of Time

Front

v₀ = Initial Velocity t = Time a = Acceleration

Back

Efficiency

Front

W = Work Q[H] = Input

Back

Work Done on a Gas

Front

P = Pressure ∆V = Change in Volume

Back

Ohm's Law

Front

V = Voltage I = Current R = Resistance

Back

Kinetic Energy

Front

m = Mass v = Velocity

Back

Bernoulli's Equation

Front

P = Pressure ρ = Density V = Volume g = Acceleration Due to Gravity h = Height

Back

Buoyant Force

Front

ρ = Density V = Volume g = Acceleration Due to Gravity

Back

Definition of Current

Front

∆Q = Change in Charge ∆t = Elapsed Time

Back

Velocity as a Function Without Time

Front

v₀ = Initial Velocity a = Acceleration ∆x = Distance

Back

Energy Stored in a Capacitor

Front

Q = Charge V = Voltage C = Capacitance

Back

Linear Expansion of a Solid

Front

α = Coefficient of Linear Expansion ℓ₀ = Initial Length ∆T = Change in Temperature

Back

Resistors in Series

Front

R = Resistance

Back

Definition of Acceleration

Front

∆v = Change in Velocity t = Time

Back

Definition of Average Velocity

Front

∆x = Change in Distance t = Elapsed Time

Back

Torque

Front

r = Distance F = Force θ = Angle

Back

Section 2

(16 cards)

Capacitors in Series

Front

C = Capacitance

Back

Magnetic force on a wire

Front

B = Magnetic Field I = Current ℓ = Length

Back

Snell's Law

Front

n = Index of Refraction

Back

Resistivity

Front

R = Resistance ρ = Resistivity ℓ = Length A = Area

Back

Critical Angle Formula

Front

θ[c] = Critical Angle n = Index of Refraction

Back

The wave equation

Front

v = Speed f = Frequency λ = Wavelength

Back

Emf of a moving rod

Front

B = Magnetic Field ℓ = Length v = Velocity

Back

Magnetic force on a charged particle

Front

q = Point Charge v = Velocity B = Magnetic Field

Back

Lens Equation

Front

s[i] = Image Distance s[o] = Object Distance f = Focal Length

Back

Capacitors in Parallel

Front

C = Capacitance

Back

Magnification Equation

Front

M = Magnification H[i] = Height of Image H[o] = Height of Object s[i] = Image Distance s[o] = Object Distance

Back

Magnetic flux

Front

B = Magnetic Field A = Area

Back

Magnetic field around a wire

Front

μ₀ = Vacuum Permeability I = Current r = Radius

Back

Definition of Emf

Front

N = Number of Loops ϕ[m] = Change in Magnetic Flux

Back

Radius of Curvature

Front

f = Frequency R = Radius of Curvature

Back

Definition of Index of Refraction

Front

n = Index of Refraction c = Speed of Light v = Speed

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