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What is the equation that links gravitational field strength (g), mass (m) and weight (W)?

Weight = Mass x Gravitational Field Strength, or W=mg

Weight = Mass / Gravitational Field Strength, or W=m/g

Weight = Gravitational Field Strength / Mass, or W=g/m

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What is the equation that links distance (s), force (F) and work done (W)?

Work Done = Force x Distance, or W=Fs

Work Done = Force / Distance, or W=F/s

Work Done = Distance / Force, or W=s/F

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What is the equation that links extension (e), force applied to a spring (F) and spring constant (k)?

Force applied to a Spring = Spring Constant x Extension, or F=ke

Force applied to a Spring = Spring Constant / Extension, or F=k/e

Force applied to a Spring = Extension / Spring Constant, or F=e/k

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What is the equation that links distance from the pivot (d), force (F), and moment of a force (M)?

Moment of a Force = Force x Distance From The Pivot, or M=Fd

Moment of a Force = Force / Distance From The Pivot, or M=F/d

Moment of a Force = Distance / Force From The Pivot, or M=d/F

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What is the equation that links distance (s), time (t) and velocity (v)?

velocity = time x distance, or v=ts

velocity = distance / time, or v=s/t

velocity = time / distance, or v=t/s

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What is the equation that links acceleration (a), change in velocity (Δv) and time (t)?

Acceleration = Change in Velocity x Time, or a=Δv x t

Acceleration = Change in Velocity / Time, or a=Δv/t

Acceleration = Time / Change in Velocity, or a=t/Δv

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What is the equation that links acceleration (a), mass (m), and resultant force (F)?

Resultant Force = Mass x Acceleration, or F=ma

Resultant Force = Mass / Acceleration, or F=m/a

Resultant Force = Acceleration / Mass, or F=a/m

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What is the equation that links mass (m), momentum (p), and velocity (v)?

Momentum = Mass x Velocity, or p=mv

Momentum = Mass / Velocity, or p=m/v

Momentum = Velocity / Mass, or p=v/m

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What is the equation that links kinetic energy (E

_{k}), mass (m) and velocity (v)?Kinetic Energy = 0.5 x Mass x Velocity², or E

_{k}=0.5 x m x v^{2}Kinetic Energy = 0.5 x Mass² x Velocity, or E

_{k}=0.5 x m^{2}x vKinetic Energy = 0.5 x Mass² / Velocity, or E

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What is the equation that links gravitational field strength (g), gravitational potential energy (E

_{g}), height (h), and mass (m)?Gravitational Potential Energy = Mass x Gravitational Field Strength x Height, or E

_{g}=mghGravitational Potential Energy = Mass / (Gravitational Field Strength x Height), or E

_{g}=m/(gh)Gravitational Potential Energy = Mass x Gravitational Field Strength / Height, or E

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What is the equation that links energy transferred (E), power (P) and time (t)?

Power = Energy Transferred / Time, or P=E/t

Power = Time / Energy Transferred, or P=t/E

Power = Energy Transferred x Time, or P=Et

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What is the equation that links frequency (f), wavelength (λ) and wave speed (v)?

Wave Speed = Wavelength x Frequency, or v=λf

Wave Speed = Wavelength / Frequency, or v=λ/f

Wave Speed = Frequency / Wavelength, or v=f/λ

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What is the equation that links charge (Q), current (I) and time (t)?

Charge = Current x Time, or Q=It

Charge = Current / Time, or Q=I/t

Charge = Time / Current, or Q=t/I

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What is the equation that links current (I), potential difference (V) and power (P)?

Power = Potential Difference x Current, or P=VI

Power = Potential Difference / Current, or P=V/I

Power = Current / Potential Difference, or P=I/V

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What is the equation that links current (I), power (P) and resistance (R)?

Power = Current² x Resistance, or P=I

^{2}RPower = Resistance² x Current, or P=R

^{2}IPower = Resistance² / Current, or P=R

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What is the equation that link charge (Q), energy transferred (E) and potential difference (V)?

Energy Transferred = Charge / Potential Difference, or E=Q/V

Energy Transferred = Potential Difference / Charge, or E=V/Q

Energy Transferred = Charge x Potential Difference, or E=QV

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What is the equation that links current (I), potential difference (P) and resistance (R)?

Potential difference = Current x Resistance, or V=IR

Potential difference = Current / Resistance, or V=I/R

Potential difference = Resistance / Current, or V=R/I

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What is the equation that links efficiency, total power (or energy) in and useful power (or energy) out?

Efficiency = Useful Power (or Energy) Out / Total Power (or Energy) In

Efficiency = Useful Power (or Energy) Out x Total Power (or Energy) In

Efficiency = Total Power (or Energy) In / Useful Power (or Energy) Out

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What is the equation that links density (ρ), mass (m) and volume (V)?

Density = Volume x Mass, or ρ=Vm

Density = Mass / Volume, or ρ=m/V

Density = Volume / Mass, or ρ=V/m

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What is the equation that links Power (P), Time (t) and Work Done (W)?

Power = Time x Work Done, or P=tW

Power = Time / Work Done, or P=t/W

Power = Work Done / Time, or P=W/t