A-Level Physics Equations?

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jeffrey2000
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For the new A-Level Physics specification, first assessment in 2017, do we have to know all the equations to get derived units , for example the equation used to find joules from electron volts : W=QV. Must we know that equation already?
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I don't think so..... There are a LOT of physics equations, atm there is a booklet you are given which is about 6 pages long, I doubt you need to learn them all. Although it doesn't include a few equations you will have to learn
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