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Physics Equations

Very self-explanatory, just name what these equations show.
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Distance / Time
Change in velocity / Time
Mass x Velocity
Mass / Volume
Force x Distance
0.5 x Mass x Velocity^2 (squared)
Mass x g x Height
Force / Area
Mass x Acceleration
Current x Time
Current x Resistance
Voltage x Current
Wave speed / Frequency
Sin(angle of incidence) / Sin(angle of refraction)
Height x Density x g
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level 15
Jul 6, 2014
Great quiz I got all but 2
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level 63
Sep 12, 2015
Great quiz! I would like to see "Index of Refraction" accepted for "Refractive Index", and I found the last one a bit misleading (although I was on the right track, thinking "Bernoulli's pressure") but not sure if it should stay or go. It looks like only 1% got it, so it might be on the "too difficult" side
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level 63
Sep 12, 2015
Perhaps accept "Potential energy" for "Gravitational potential energy". I realize it's not entirely correct, and I did get "Gravitational Potential Energy", but I think it could be nice to accept Potential Energy for that one, since a lot of people studying mechanics would probably think of it as just "potential energy" and perhaps not spell it out in detail. Still, great quiz!
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level 29
Oct 8, 2015
hydrostatic pressure!!!!
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level 41
Jan 14, 2016
Indeed, "pressure difference" is simply wrong for that one.
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level 12
Jul 17, 2017
"Index of refraction" should really be accepted as well for "refractive index"
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