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SPH 4UI Equations These equations may be used directly for any question. If you require other equations you MUST show how those equations came about. Constants 18 3 -2 Ks = 3.35x10 m s

G = 6.67x10 -11Nm 2 kg -2 me = 9.11x10-31kg

m p = 1.673x10 -27kg

30

msun = 1.99x10 kg Mearth = 5.978 x 10 2

2

24

e = 1.602x10 -19 C

3.00x 0x10 108 m/ m/ss c = 3.0

µ0

=

4π x 10−7 T m/A

k = 9.00x109 Nm 2 C -2-2 6

kg rearth = 6.378 x 10 m sin A sin B sin C

2

AC = AB + BC − 2( AB)( BC) cos B

=

a

=

b

x =

c

−b ±

b 2 − 4ac

2a

Chapters #1, 2 – Forces and Motion

∆d = vav ∆t

a av =

∆v

∆t

1 2

2

a∆t

F f = µ F N

v avg =

∆d = v f ∆t −

F g = mg

F net = ma

∆d = v i ∆t +

1 2

2

a∆t

v f 2 = vi 2 + 2a∆ d

v1 + v 2

2

Chapters #4, 5 – Energy and Momentum W = ( F cos θ ) ∆d

∆

E= K

p = Fnet ∆ t v2 ′ =

1 2

2

∆ Eg =

mv

2m1v1

mg∆ h v1 ′ =

(m1 + m2 )

Ee=

1

2

kx

2

F = kx

p= mv

v1 (m1 − m2 )

(m1 + m2 )

Chapters #3, 6: Circular Motion and Gravitational Fields 2 3 m1 m2 −GMm 4π 2 r v r 2 2 ac = K = 2 F g = G Eg = = 4π rf = 2 2 r T T r r Chapters #7, 8: Electric and Magnetic Fields kq q kq kq q kq Fe = 12 2 E E = 1 2 V = V = = 2 r r r r I NI F = IlB sin θ µ = B = µ 0 B 0 2π r L

ε

Chapters #9, 10: v = f λ

λ =

d ∆x L

ε d

F M = qvB sin θ

q = Ne

The Wave Nature of Light

n1 sin θ1 = n2 sin θ 2 sin θ n =

nλ w

∆ x =

Pn S1 − Pn S 2 = n −

λ 2t

L

λ =

w∆y L

1

λ 2

sin θ n =

xn L

= n−

1 λ

2 d

Path Difference = 2 2 t = whole or ½ # of of