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https://www.mathcha.io/editor/WKDzux1SnLu4ysNd

I found it really hard to find a definitive list of PAT formulas online, so I made my own. I've been through all PAT exams from 2006 to 2016 so far, and have noted the ones which are most common (some formulas are very complicated and only came up once or twice in ten years, so i skipped them out).

If you see anything that needs correcting please let me know.
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Thank you so much!
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Are these the ones we need to memorise? Or are they introduced within the questions?
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A good list, seems to be pretty comprehensive

I would say the tension equation is a bit misleading though, it really should be weight and then the weight will equal tension if, for instance, a ball hangs stationary on a string.
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