Junior Cert Physics formulas

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All the physics formulas you need for Junior Cert Science - if you can do Ordinary Level Maths, you can do Junior Cert Physics!!
Flashcards by Sarah Egan, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Sarah Egan about 8 years ago
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 Question Answer Area of a regular object = length × width (A= l x w) Volume of a regular object = length × width × height (V = l x w x h) Density = Mass/Volume (D = m/v) Speed = Distance/Time (S = d/t) Acceleration (in metres per second squared) = Change in Velocity/ Time taken Weight (in newtons) = Mass (in kg) × 10 Moment of a force = the force × distance (between the force and the fulcrum) (M = Fd) Pressure = Force/Area (p = F/A) Work done = Force x Distance (W = f x d) Power = Work/Time (P = w/t) Voltage = Resistance × Current Slope of a graph =

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