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Useful Constants

(You can use the approximate values on exams.)

Universal Gravitation Constant

Electrostatic Force Constant

Magnetic Constant

Speed of Light in Vacuum

Charge of a Proton

Electron-Volt Conversion Constant

Mass of a Proton

Mass of an Electron

 Kinematics x-displacement v-velocity t-time a-acceleration Dynamics F-force m-mass a-acceleration f-friction mk-coefficient of kinetic friction FN-normal force w-weight g-acceleration due to gravity Centripetal Acceleration a-acceleration v-velocity r-distance T-period t-elapsed time f-frequency N-number of cycles Universal Gravitation FG-gravitational force G-gravitational constant m1, m2, M-mass r-distance g- acceleration due to gravity T-period Energy W-work F-force d-distance GPE-gravitational potential energy m-mass g-acceleration due to gravity h-height KE-kinetic energy v-velocity P-power t-time E-energy Fspring-force of a spring k-spring constant x-extension or compression EPE-elastic potential energy Momentum p-momentum m, m1, m2-mass v-velocity v1, v2-initial velocity v1¢, v2¢-final velocity I-impulse F-force t-time Fluids P-pressure F-force A-area r-density m-mass V-volume g-acceleration due to gravity h-height SG-specific gravity Pabs-absolute pressure Patm-atmospheric pressure Pgauge-gauge pressure FB-buoyant force mfluid-mass of fluid Electrostatics, Fields and Potential FE-electric force k-electric constant q, q1, q2, Q-charge r- distance E-electric field F-force Epoint- point charge electric field UE-electric potential energy âˆ†V-potential difference or Voltage Vpoint-voltage due to a point charge Euniform-uniform electric field Electric Current I- current Q-charge t-time V-voltage R-resistance r-resistivity l-length A-area P-power UE-electric potential energy Resistors in Series VT-total voltage V1, V2, V3-voltage IT-total current I1, I2, I3-current REq-equivalent resistance R1, R2, R3-resistance Resistors in Parallel VT-total voltage V1, V2, V3-voltages IT-total current I1, I2, I3-current REq-equivalent resistance R1, R2, R3-resistance EMF e-emf I-current R-resistance r-internal resistance VT-teminal voltage
 Magnetic Fields F-force I, I1, I2-current l, l2-length B-magnetic field q-charge v-velocity r, d-distance -permeability constant Magnetic Flux F-flux B-magnetic field A-area e-emf N-number of coils t-time Quantum Physics E1 (hydrogen) = -13.6eV E-Energy h-Plank’s constant f-frequency c-speed of light λ-wavelength KEmax-max kinetic energy e-electron charge Vo-stopping voltage Wo-work function m-mass p-momentum v-velocity r-atomic radius n-energy level Z-atomic number Simple Harmonic Motion Mass – Spring Pendulum T-period m-mass k-spring constant f-frequency l-length g-acceleration due to gravity Waves / Sound Waves Open Tubes Closed Tubes f-frequency v-velocity λ-wavelength FT-tension m-linear density L-length n- harmonic number L-length EM Waves / Light Double Slit Single Slit Thin Films c-speed of light λ-wavelength f-frequency x-distance to maxima/minima L-distance to screen d-distance between slits D-slit width n-index of refraction v-velocity t-thickness of film Optics f-focal length r-radius of curvature di-image distance do-object distance m-magnification hi-image height ho-object height Constants Conversions Geometry r-radius d-diameter A-area C-circumference b-base h-height