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acceleration

acceleration = change in velocity / time taken

time and velocity are involved

resultant force

resultant force = mass x acceleration

mass and acceleration are involved

momentum

momentum = mass x velocity

velocity and mass are involved

kinetic energy

kinetic energy = 0.5 x mass x (speed)^2

mass and speed are involved

gravitational potential energy

GPE = mass x gravitational field strength x height

mass, GFS and height are involved

power

power = energy transferred / time

time and energy transferred are involved

power

power = work done / time

time and work done are involved

wave speed

wave speed = frequency x wave length

wavelength and frequency are involved

efficiency

efficiency = useful output energy transfer / total input energy transfer

useful output and total input are involved

charge flow

charge flow = current x time

current and time are involved

energy transferred

energy transferred = power x time

time and power are involved

energy transferred

energy transferred = charge flow x potential difference

charge flow and potential difference are involved

potential difference

potential difference = current x resistance

resistance and current are involved

power

power = (current)^2 x resistance

resistance and current are involved

power

potential difference x current

potential difference and current are involved

force applied to a spring

force applied to a spring = spring constant x extension

extension and spring constant are involved