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# Physics Formulas

Do you find physics a difficult subject? Don't stress out. We have covered all the physics formula which will help you in solving problems at ease.

## Introduction

Physics is the branch of science that deals with the technological advancements around us. It led to improvements in television, computers, and industrialization. You should have a basic understanding of the subject to apply it in daily life. Candidates should start the preparation for physics by studying the theoretical concepts followed by the formulas and numericals. Regular practice of numericals will help in scoring well in the examinations.

The questions that are asked in Physics are challenging. They test the knowledge of the students on the grounds of following three things:

• Properly examine the question and understand what exactly is asked in the numerical to solve
• Use the correct formula to solve the question asked
• Fill the values at appropriate places to get correct solutions

Students must have clarity, understanding and thorough knowledge of concepts, SI units and Physics formula. We, at Unacademy have provided all the Physics formulas in the most simplified manner. Students can browse the list below and access the formulas.

Below are formulas of Physics provided by Unacademy for the reference of students

 Acceleration formula Energy density formula Power formula Stress formula Kelvin to celsius formula Heat capacity formula Impulse formula Spring force formula Average speed formula Thermal expansion formula Linear momentum formula Strain energy formula Electric field formula Magnetic field in a solenoid formula Pressure formula Electric current formula Derivation of lens formula Elastic potential energy formula Bulk modulus of elasticity definition formula Angular acceleration formula Snells law formula Latent heat formula Escape velocity formula De broglie wavelength formula Work formula Resistivity formula Displacement formula Voltage drop formula Magnetic flux formula Molar concentration formula Gravity formula Wavelength formula Tension formula Force of attraction formula Lens formula Charge density formula Internal resistance formula Spherical mirror formula Latent heat of fusion formula Emf formula Reynolds number formula Angular displacement formula Inductance formula Mechanical advantage formula The lens makers formula Efficiency formula Average velocity formula Equivalent resistance formula Initial velocity formula Average acceleration formula Net force formula Gravitational force formula Distance speed time formula Electric power formula Frequency formula Resistors in parallel formula Spring constant formula Angular velocity formula Velocity formula Centripetal force formula Orbital velocity formula Weight formula Momentum formula Intensity formula Mass formula Mechanical energy formula Specific heat formula Current density formula Friction formula Moment formula