## Monday, July 1, 2013

### My Notes on DC Circuits (Before the Quiz)

My Notes on DC Circuits:

29. Current = charge/time

30. Voltage = Resistance x Current

31. Power = Current

32. Resistance in Sereis = Sum of All Resistors

33. The Inverse of Resistance in Parallel = Inverse Sum of All Resistors

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**Important Equations:**29. Current = charge/time

30. Voltage = Resistance x Current

31. Power = Current

^{2}/Resistance32. Resistance in Sereis = Sum of All Resistors

33. The Inverse of Resistance in Parallel = Inverse Sum of All Resistors

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### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 8 DC Circuits

**Let's Begin DC Circuits:**

**Review:**

**29. I = q/t**

30. V = R x I

31. P = I

^{2}/R

32. R

_{Serries}= R1 + R2 ...

33. 1/R

_{Parallel}= 1/R1 + 1/R2 ...

More Review (Optional):

My Lecture Notes (Before the Quiz)

## Sunday, June 23, 2013

### MCAT Learning Materials: Physics Lesson 7 Solutions

Electrostatics Quiz Solutions:

Review:

My Lecture Notes (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 8: DC Circuits

Review:

My Lecture Notes (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 8: DC Circuits

### My Notes on Electrostatics (Before the Quiz)

**Important Equations:**

25. Force = (Charge 1 x Charge 2)/Radius

^{2}or Electric Field Strength x Charge

26. Electric Field = Force/Charge

27. Potential Difference

_{ }= Charge 1/Radius - Charge 2/Radius

28. Dipole Moment = Charge x Distance

**Lesson 7 Quiz:**

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### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 7 Electrostatics

**Let's Begin Electrostatics:**

**Review:**

**25. F = (q**

_{1}q

_{2})/r

^{2}or E x q

26. E.F. = F/q

27. P

_{Diff }= q

_{1}/r - q

_{2}/r

28. Dipole Moment = q x d

**More Review (Optional):**

My Notes on Electrostatics (Before the Quiz)

**Lesson 7 Quiz:**

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## Friday, June 21, 2013

### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 6 Solutions

Fluids and Solids Solutions: 1 A, 2 B, 3 B, 4 A, 5 D, 6 B, 7 A, 8 C, 9 C, 10 D

Review:

My Lecture Notes on Fluids and Solids (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 7: Electrostatics

Review:

My Lecture Notes on Fluids and Solids (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 7: Electrostatics

### My Notes on Fluids and Solids (Before Quiz)

**Important Equations:**

23. Density = Mass/Volume

24. Pressure at Depth = Surface Pressure + Density x Gravity x Depth

**Lesson 6 Quiz:**

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### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 6 Fluids and Solids

**Let's Begin Fluids and Solids:**

**Review:**

Archimedes' Principle: the weight of displaced water (or fluid) is equal to (but opposite to) the buoyant force.

Bernoulli's Principle: in a narrowing pipe pressure decreases and velocity increases.

23. ρ = m/v

24. P = P

_{0}+ ρgh

**More Review (Optional):**

My Lecture Notes (Before the Quiz)

**Lesson 6 Quiz:**

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## Thursday, June 20, 2013

### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 5 Solutions

Thermodynamics Quiz Solutions: 1 D, 2 C, 3 C, 4 D, 5 C, 6B, 7 B, 8 B, 9A, 10 C

Review:

My Lecture Notes (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 6: Fluids and Solids

Review:

My Lecture Notes (After the Quiz)

Next Lesson:

MCAT Physics Lesson 6: Fluids and Solids

### My Notes on Thermodynamics (Before Quiz)

**Important Equations:**

**18. Heat = Change in Energy + Work**

19. Temperature in Ferinheight = 9/5 Temperature in Celsius + 32

20. Temperature in Kelvin = Temperature Celsius + 273

21. Pressure x Volume = Number of Moles x Gas Constant x Temperature

Gas Constant = 8.314 J/kmol or 0.082 Latm/kmol

22. Specific Heat of Water = 1 calorie/g°C \

[1 calorie = 4.186 J/g°C]

**Lesson 5 Quiz:**

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### MCAT Learning Materials: Lesson 5 Thermodynamics

**Let's Begin Thermodynamics:**

**Review:**

**1st Law of Thermodynamics (Conservation of Energy): Energy is neither created nor destroyed. See Eq. 18.**

2nd Law of Thermodynamics: In a closed system entropy (disorder) always increases.

18. Q = U

_{1}- U

_{2}+ W

19. T

_{F}= 9/5 T

_{C}+ 32

20. T

_{K}= T

_{C}+ 273

21. PV = nrt [r = 8.314 J/kmol or 0.082 Latm/kmol]

22. c

_{H2O}= 1 calorie/g°C [1 calorie = 4.186 J/g°C]

**More Review (Optional):**

My Lecture Notes (Before Quiz)

**Lesson 5 Quiz:**

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