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Physical Science 5-8

What is the equation for AMA? Fo/Fi
What is the equation for IMA? Di/Do
What is the equation for Work? FxD
What is the equation for Current? I=V/R
What is the equation for Electric Power? E=Pxt
What is the SI unit of Electrical Energy? Kwh
Like charges... Repel
Opposite charges... Attract
How do you find the Specific heat of an object? Q=MxCx delta t
What type of current does a battery use? Direct
How much does one Kwh cost? $0.10
What is the SI unit of resistance? Ohms
What is the SI unit of Voltage? Volts
What type of heat transfer comes from the sun? Radiation
What is something that most insulators have in common? They all use dead air space
What do we call the average kinetic energy of all of the particles in an object? Tempurature
What is the first law of thermodynamics? Doing work increases the thermal energy
Created by: Laura26