Physics formulas vital to have memorized for MCAT examination. These are taken from "ExamKrackers" MCAT Physics review.
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This equation describes an object
moving in a circle at a constant speed v which experiences a
centripetal acceleration a(c) that is proportional to the square of its
speed and inversely proportional to the radius of the circle which is
This equation describes the force
on an object due to kinetic friction. Note, in order for friction to
kinetic, both plane of the objects MUST be SLIDING past each other. This
means cars tires do NOT experience kinetic friction.
This equation describes the
velocity of a steam of water coming from a spigot at a height h below an
open container of water. v is velocity, g is gravitational
acceleration, and h is the height difference. Note for this equation to
hold true, the spigot and container must be exposed to the same external