# AP Physics B - Mechanics thru Fluids

 Position, average velocity, time final velocity, original velocity, acceleration, time final position, original position, velocity, time, acceleration final velocity, original velocity, acceleration, displacement Area under velocity-time graph Displacement Newton's second law Weight and normal force Friction Static KineticWhere Parallel component of weight on a ramp Normal force on ramp Work Assumes F || d Work at an angle Force-position diagrams and work Area under the force-position curve Kinetic energy Work-energy thm Gravitational potential energy Independent of path or reference point Mechanical energy Conservation of mechanical energy Power Power and velocity Linear momentum p = mv Force, momentum, time Impulse-momentum theorem or its equivalent formulation Impulse on a graph Area under force vs time graph Kinetic energy conserved Elastic Centripetal acceleration Centripetal force Torque Sign convention for torques Counterclockwise = (+)Clockwise = (-) Condition for rotational equilibrium  = 0 or constant Law of universal gravitation where G = 6.67... mass of a planet, acceleration due to gravity, radius, G (accurate to within 1%) Orbital speed or Orbital radius given desired orbital period and mass of orbited body The cube root of the whole thingDistance from the center of the body Orbital centripetal force Hooke's law Energy of spring Period Period and frequency \of spring oscillations and Maximum velocity of spring Force on pendulum Period of pendulum Density Specific gravity Pressure Pressure by a fluid Gauge pressure Not including atmospheric pressure Buoyant force *density of the fluid and volume submerged Fraction of object below a fluid's surface Apparent weight in fluid Flow rate Continuity equation Remember for circles A is proport. to r^2 Ideal fluid flow assumptions *Incompressible*Negligable viscosity*Streamine, laminar flow*steady flow rate Bernoulli Torricelli's theorem , where h is the distance from the surface to the hole AuthorCCQuizbowl ID150033 Card SetAP Physics B - Mechanics thru Fluids DescriptionSince these aren't provided for the multiple choice part, it would probably be helpful. Updated2012-04-25T14:57:01Z Show Answers