What Equations Are Not Given To You In the OCR G481 Physics (Mechanics) Exam

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What Equations Are Not Given To You In the OCR G481 Physics (Mechanics) Exam?

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What Equations Are Not Given To You In the OCR G481 Physics (Mechanics) Exam?

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This should help
http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/77735-d...81-to-g486.pdf
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Hi I know its been a while but did you figure what equations arent given.
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Hi I know its been a while but did you figure what equations arent given.
Read post #2 in the thread.

If the link doesn't work, Google 'OCR physics A formula book'

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Hey, does anyone have the May 2013 G481 and G482 past papers and mark schemes for the OCR A Physics syllabus?
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Has anyone got a list of the equations you need to learn that arent give to you in the formlua booklet?
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Force x distance = work done
Force x velocity = power
Power out/Power in x 100 = efficiency
Distance/time = speed
Change in displacement/time taken = velocity
Thinking distance + breaking distance = stopping distance

That's pretty much it.
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Has anyone got the June 15 paper? I haven't even looked at it yet since I did it last year haha (resisting)
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Has anyone got the June 15 paper? I haven't even looked at it yet since I did it last year haha (resisting)
It's crazy how much easier it looks now that we've done A2
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It's crazy how much easier it looks now that we've done A2
Thanks, haha, I'm gone have a quick peek through it now
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Hello, I'm very late to this party but hopefully this should help anyone searching for the same answers who finds this thread.
(Hopefully they're all correct)
-Number density, n = (number of electrons) / (volume)
-Number of molecules = number of moles x NA [Avogadro's: 6.02x10^-23]
-Mass of sample = number of moles x molar mass
-Velocity= (2πr) / T
-Chandrasekhar's limit applied to stars less that 1.44 x (mass of the sun)
- nλ=dsinθ
-Wien's constant = 2.9x10^-3 mKelvin
-1 arc second = (1/3600) degrees
-1 parsec = 3.26 light years
-Hubble's constant = 2.2x10^-18
These are all that I've found for modules 1-3, bearing in mind this is the new spec, as of 2017.
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