Please while using these equations make sure to use the BASE UNITS.
Mass=Kilogram
Distance=Meter

Kinematics



Vf=at+Vi
∆x=½ at²+Vit
∆x=½(∆t)(Vf-Vi)
Vf²=Vi²+2a∆x

Right Angle Trigonometry (SOH-CAH-TOA)




sine=opposite/hypotenuse
cosine=adjacent/hypotenuse
tangent=opposite/adjacent

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Energy Equations




E(g)=mass(gravitational field)(Height)
E(k)=1/2(mass)(velocity^2)
E(el)=1/2(spring constant)(displacement^2)

Power Equations




P=Work/Time
W=F(parallel) change in posistion

Universal Gravity




F(g)=G(mass #1)(mass #2)/radius^2
G=6.67x10^-11

Circular Motion




v=2πr/T
F(c)=mass(velocity^2)/radius
a(c)=velocity^2/radius

Frictional Force




Ffk=μFn
Ffs≤μFn

Momentum Equations





P=mv
J=Δp
Fnet=Δp/Δt
inelastic;m1V1+m2V2=P

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