# Ch 16: Studying for Physics 111

### About This Chapter

## Studying for Physics 111 - Summary

In this chapter, you'll find a collection of mobile-friendly flashcards that go over introductory-level physics topics. Review the flashcards at your own pace to review the scientific model, math basics for physics, rotational motion and fluids, among other topics. You can also expect to study terms associated with:

- Vectors
- Kinematics
- Newton's laws
- Linear momentum
- Oscillations
- Sound and waves

## How They Work

These physics flashcard sets are easy to use, and they offer you an effective method for memorizing basic physics concepts, terms and equations.

- Open a flashcard set for the physics topic you're studying.
- Identify the term or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.

### Math Basics for Physics Flashcards

These flashcards review math basics for physics. This includes basic algebra and geometry concepts, units of measurement, scientific notation, significant figures, and graphical relationships.

### The Scientific Model & Vectors in Physics Flashcards

Use this set of flashcards to review the scientific model and vectors in physics. These flashcards focus mainly on working with vectors using operations like addition and subtraction and solving problems using geometry.

### Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration & Kinematics in Physics Flashcards

A large portion of physics involves kinematics, or the study of motion. These flashcards will help you review concepts related to displacement, velocity, and acceleration.

### Newton's Laws of Motion & Gravitation Flashcards

This set of flashcards will help you review the details of Newton's laws of motion and universal gravitation, as well as how they can be used to understand and solve kinematics problems.

### Work, Energy & Power in Physics Flashcards

This set of flashcards looks at the relationship between work, power, and energy. It will help you review their definitions and common calculations that can be done using these concepts.

### Linear Momentum Flashcards

You can check out this set of flashcards to easily review information about linear momentum. Check out cards that provide definitions and practice problems to help with this physics concept.

### Rotational Motion Flashcards

The flashcards in this set can help you go over problems associated with rotational motion. Focus on reviewing formulas and different forms of momentum with this set of cards.

### Oscillations in Physics Flashcards

This set of flashcards will help you review oscillations in physics. This includes objects that are attached to springs and pendulums. They focus on equations involving simple harmonic motion.

### Waves & Sound in Physics Flashcards

What is a wave? How are waves related to sound? Use these flashcards to review the properties of waves, the relationship between waves and sound, and the equations used to describe wave phenomena.

### Light in Physics Flashcards

Light can be described as a wave and as a particle. These flashcards will help you review the wave (the different wavelengths of light) and particle (their energy and momentum) properties of light.

### Fluids in Physics Flashcards

The flashcards in this set will help you review definitions, principles, and equations related to fluids in physics. This includes buoyancy, hydrostatics, pressure, and the work of Pascal and Bernoulli.

### 12. Physics 111: Physics I Formulas & Constants

In Physics 111: Physics I, we discussed a lot of formulas related to kinematics, momentum, motion and waves, among other topics. The following sheet includes the most important constants and equations.

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### Other Chapters

Other chapters within the Physics 111: Physics I course

- Math Basics for Physics
- The Scientific Model
- Using Vectors in Physics
- Displacement, Velocity & Acceleration
- Understanding Kinematics in Physics
- Basics of Newton's Laws of Motion
- Newton's Law of Gravitation
- Understanding Work, Energy & Power
- Linear Momentum
- Overview of Rotational Motion
- Overview of Oscillations in Physics
- Overview of Waves in Physics
- Overview of Sound in Physics
- Overview of Light in Physics
- Overview of Fluids in Physics