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  • We have discussed speed and velocity, now we are going to discuss acceleration. First of all, we are going to define what an acceleration often used in physics is and then we are going to discuss the acceleration formula.
    Acceleration_Formula.html

  • The angular frequency is often denoted by w. The angular frequency is a constant of the motion. The angular frequency is most known in the simple harmonic motion equation (shm).
    Angular_Frequency.html

  • Below are some basic definitions in physics that you are likely to need or come across when studying physics at school.
    Basic_Definitions_in_Physics.html

  • Below is the capacitor charge formula for a capacitor in a DC circuit. Before we discuss the capacitor charge formula, let's define what a capacitance (C) is.
    Capacitor_Charge_Formula.html

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  • What is an electric current? An electric current is a flow of charge. In a metal or a wire, the electric current charge is carried by conduction of electrons which are not attached to any given fixed ion of the metal.
    Electric_Current.html

  • Oscillators including simple harmonic oscillators store a fixed amount of total energy in two ways. The first type of energy of the simple harmonic oscillator is the kinetic energy (KE).
    Energy_of_the_Simple_Harmonic_Oscillator.html

  • Below is a formula for finding resistance often used in physics. We will also discuss Ohm's Laws. Before we discuss the formula for finding resistance, let's define what resistance is.
    Formula_for_Finding_Resistance.html

  • Below are some important, basic list of formulas for physics. These formulas for physics are often used in school physics. They are both general physics formulas and basic physics formulas.
    Formulas_For_Physics.html

  • From the graphical diagram of the projectile motion, the formulas of projectile motion are derived as follows. We have previously discussed the definition of projectile motion.
    Formulas_of_Projectile_Motion.html