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AP Physics B: Formulas

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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Adiabatic process






2. F(gravity) = -(Gm1m2/r)






3. Capacitance






4. v = v0 + 2a(x-x0)






5. P = F/A






6. Elastic collision






7. Capacitors in parallel






8. e = (T(hot) - T(cold))/T(hot)






9. Force buoyancy (2 formulas)






10. Vsound






11. Potential energy






12. On an inclined plane - gravity in the x






13. Centripetal acceleration






14. Average kinetic energy






15. F-F or NF-NF






16. Negative torque






17. Voltage (circuts)






18. Voltage-charges formula (2)






19. On a banked curve in circular motion - Fn in the x is






20. The three kinematics equations






21. U(spring) = kx






22. Net work






23. Magnitude of gravitational forces between objects






24. e = abs(W/Q)






25. Dialectrics insulating sheet between plates






26. Vectors in momentum






27. F(buoy) = pVg






28. heat flow through a window or door






29. K = (3/2)kT






30. EMF (two formulas)






31. Voltage across a battery terminal






32. Voltage-parallel plates






33. Net force/apparent weight broken done






34. Positive torque






35. Basic thermo equation






36. Pressure (2 formulas)






37. Specific gravity






38. Force on a current carrying wire in a magnetic field






39. p = mv






40. Engines (2 equations)






41. Current






42. P + pgy + pv = const.






43. Centripetal force






44. Velocity of a wave






45. Kinetic energy






46. Series Circuits






47. Power (circuts)






48. Momentum






49. Capacitors in series






50. H = (kA?T)/L