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Fall 2005 801L SUMMARY OF EQUATIQNS Note Quantities shown in bold are vectors v drdt a dvdt V V 0 at For constant acceleration a if at t 0 r r0 and V Vo 1 2 I 1quot I39VolL at v2 2 Circular motion at constant speed a i a 7 Centripetal acceleration points towards center of circle 00 is angular speed in radians per second Adding relative velocities quotwrtquot is short for quotwith respect toquot V A V B VA wrl wrl wrl B C C 2 F 0 ltgt a 0 Newton s first law F ma or F dpdt Newton s second law F AB FBA Newton s third law p mv momentum t2 2 d 12L 1 d1 2 d lt dtz p2 p1 impulse rcm position of center of mass mi F kx spring force f S LLN Friction force relative to Normal force F GNZImf gravitational force between two particles 1 W 2 IF 1139 work done by force F Worker 2 AE E F E E KE PE workenergy theorem dU Fx 2 d force derived from potential energy x Potential Energies U 1ka spring force U GMm gravitational general U mgh gravitational near Earth T a km XAcosat v Aasinat o T 2 Physical Constants Equations for Simple Harmonic Motion g 98 ms2 Use the approximate value g 10 ms2 where told to do so G 667gtlt103911 N 1112ng Conversion reminder 7t radians 1800 Lazy Physicist 39s Favorite Angle to be used when calculators are not allowed 3690 and 5310 are the angles of a 345 right triangle so sin369 cos531 060 cos369 sin531 080 tan369 075 tan531 133 b i xbz 4616 2a Solution to a Quadratic Equation If out2 bx c 0 then x
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