# Physics 101 Equations

 Work Thermal Energy Q= thermal energym= massc = specific heat = change in temperature Power Velocity Acceleration v= velocityt=time Speed (Same as velocity, use speed when direction doesn't matter) Efficiency Velocity Acquired a = accelerationt = time Distance Traveled by Accelerating Object g = acceleration (usually due to gravity)t = time Acceleration Momentum (linear) m = massv = velocity Impulse  F = Force on an objectt = time force is applied Rule About Net Momentum Potential Energy Weight m = massg = acceleration due to gravity Kinetic Energy Work-Energy Theorem Kinetic Energy related to  Centripetal Acceleration Centripetal Force Angular Velocity  What is the equation to find ? s Average Angular Velocity Find Angular Velocity when , , and are known. Rotational Quantities Find when , , , and are known. Angular Momentum Universal Law of Gravity d = distance between centers of two objects Gravitational Constant Relationship Between Pressure and Volume (when all else is constant) Relationship Between Volume and Temperature V = volumeT = temperature in Kelvin Convert Celcius to Kelvin Ideal Gas Law P = pressureV = volumen = molesT = temperatureR = universal constant 0.0821 Third Equation of Motion a = accelerations = distance traveled by object Authoramandagarcia0709 ID216573 Card SetPhysics 101 Equations DescriptionAll equations from class start to the midterm Updated2013-04-29T16:46:45Z Show Answers