Question | Answer |

The force that must be overcome to set an object in motion | |

What do currents generate | |

A collision where objects stick together | |

Magnetic force on a moving charge | |

What makes an object be in equilibrium | |

Formula for translational motion using variables x, x0, v0, a and t | |

A collision where some energy is dissipated into internal energy | |

Formula for power (use V in formula) | |

What is the formula for capacitors in parallel | |

What is the opposition to the flow of charge | |

1st Law of Thermodynamics (Write the formula) | |

What type of heat transfer is the transfer of heat by the physical motion of the heated material (only liquids and gases) | |

What type of frictional force (static or kinetic) causes a wheel to roll | |

What radioactive decay particle is a Helium nucleous | |

A collision where mechanical energy is conserved and no energy is dissipated to internal energy | |

2nd Law of Thermodynamics | |

Formula for voltage for a circuit in series | |

State Newton's 3rd law | |

The force that opposes the motion of objects | |

What is a zero for dynamic equilibrium | |

Formula for torque (Use T for torque) | |

What stays constant for a circuit in parallel | |

SI unit for Work? | |

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