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The current sections are:
Work And Energy
Impulse And Momentum
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Types of Math problems, Pre-algebra and Algebra equations this calculator can solve:
- Simple Quadratic equations >>> e.g. x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0
- Simple Linear equations >>> e.g. 2x + 6 = 22
- Some complex Quadratic equations >>>> e.g. x^2 + 2x + 4x – 5 + 11 = -x
- Applying PEMDAS >>> e.g. 2 + 4/8 * 3 - 2
- Find GCF, LFM
- Work with Fractions
Future release plans (this little "helper" doesn’t solve these yet!):
- Solve complex Linear equations >>>> e.g. (2x + 5)/(x - 4) = 4x + 3
- Solve problems involving decimal points >>>> e.g. 2.5 * 4.6 + 2/4
- Solve Geometry questions
Its fun to learn Algebra with its very easy to understand Algebra learning resources. It covers these Algebra topics:
-Introduction to Algebra
-Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
This app is enhance with a physics quiz to help you practice your knowledge of physics on the go. You can also search with the physics dictionary to get access to many physics terms and definitions
There is a physics note section where you can jot or save notes of items you want to remember or a summary of certain concept in physics.
Complete Physics basically covers syllabus for exams like WAEC, NECO, JAMB, KCSE, Post JAMB and GCE. Although eveyone can still use it.
The following toipcs are covered
Physics as a science
Scalar and Vector
Heat Energy and Thermodynamics
Disclaimer: The questions and solutions section uses Past WAEC exam questions and solutions which is provided by WAEC for students planning to sit of WAEC exams
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- Thermal physics
- Periodic motion
- Atomic physics
This app has all functions to help users use the app conveniently
- Tools: users can input data and the app will calculate some popular physics problems.
- Supporting multiple languages: it's the best to read in your mother language as well as in English to expand your language skills. In this version, there are 11 languages: English, Vietnamese, Chinese (Trad/Simp), Turkish, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Russian and Indonesian.
- Favorite folder: save frequently used formulas in a favorite folder to quickly access to them.
- Sharing: touch and share a formula to friends via message, email or facebook.
- Searching: users can type key words in top of the screen to quickly find a formula.
- Add your own formulas or notes in "Favorite" section.
- Add your own customised tools in "Tools" section.
This is the essential app for everybody especially students, engineers and scientists.
This app solves physics problems for you and it shows you how it does it.You don't have to deal with the formulas and to do any calculations. The app has a list of topics that it can handle. You click on the topic of your problem, and that starts a chat. The app asks you questions about the givens of the problem and what you have to find out (the targets). It then displays the solution and the details of the derivation. It also converts the units of the givens and the results (if you want to).
PROBLEM: A rock is tossed straight up at 50 feet per second. How much time will it take to reach a point 4 meters above its starting point? (Neglect air resistance.)
How it works:
You browse the table of contents (screenshot 1, above). Topic 2.2 (Free Fall One Segment) matches the situation of the problem. You click on it, and the chat starts.
Screenshot 2 is a record of the chat. Your answers are shown in the right end of the boxes.
Screenshot 3 displays the givens and the solutions (the targets and other things that the app could calculate.) It also shows a conversion that you wanted to do.
Screenshot 4 displays the details of the derivation.
This innovative app was prepared by a veteran physics professor and an experienced computer scientists. Its aim is to help students of algebra-trig based introductory physics. It simulates and illustrates how physicists solve problems.
It is expected that by participating in such chats, students should pick up what type of questions physicists ask themselves as they solve physics problems. Quite often, knowing what to ask is half of the solution. This skill can be used also for any physics topics.
With this app's help you'll be able to understand how to solve Physics 1 and 2 problems, like those that are given at the end of chapters in most General Physics textbooks. By going over the details of the solutions you'll develop insights about the meanings of the formulas and how they are used.
This app is helpful when:
1. You solved a problem and you want to check your solution.
2. You know how to solve the problem in principle, but you want someone else to go through the chores (a physics problems calculator).
3. You want to observe how an expert solves physics problems, and learn from these examples.
4. You just want the problem solved.
Q: Can the app solve any possible “end of chapter” problem for a situation listed in the table of contents?
A: In tests, the app has successfully solved thousands of “end of chapter” problems. It should solve any problem whose variables are directly linked to the symbols of the formulas that it uses.
In some cases, some pre-processing by the user is needed. For example, if a formula uses area as one of its variables, and the given is the radius of a circle, the user will have to calculate the area and provide it to the app.
Also, in complex problems that are combinations of more basic ones, the user will have to dissect the complex problem into basic ones, and the app should be able to solve them one by one.
Physics is sophisticated, programming is intricate, and mistakes happen. So, ALWAYS check the solutions provided by this app, before using them.
TOPICS HANDLED BY THE APP
Motion at Constant Velocity in One Dimension
1.1 One Moving Object
1.2 Two Objects Moving at constant velocities on the Same Line
Accelerated Motion in One Dimension
2.1 One Object Moving in Constant Acceleration
2.2 Free Fall; One Segment
2.3 Free Fall; Two Segments
Accelerated Motion in Two Dimensions
3.1 Projectile Motion
4.1 General Forces Act on an Object
4.2 Object on a Plane, Friction Force
5.1 Conservation of Momentum
5.2 Impulse and Momentum
6.1 Conservation of Energy
Energy and Momentum
7.1 Ballistic Pendulum (generalized)
Elasticity and Oscillations
8.1 Elastic Properties of Static and Oscillating Objects
Ep = Potential Energy
Ec = Kinetic Energy
Em = Mechanic Energy
E = Q x V
Work = force x distance Joule (J)
P = Power (watts)
I = Intensity of Current (amps)
E = Electro-motive Force (volts)
P = IE
Specific Heat Energy
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- Perfect for students to do physics homework quickly and accurately.
- It is suitable for all levels of physics from high school to university.
This app contains the following topics:
- Linear motion
- Constant acceleration motion
- Projectile motion
- Constant circular motion
- Work, power, energy
- Rotary motion
- Oscillatory motion
- Direct current
- Magnetic field
- Altering current
- Hydrogen atom
- Modern physics
More chapters comming soon.
The app features a comprehensive list of formulas for the physics topics listed bellow, each with a smart formula calculator that allows you to solve any variable within the formula.
The list of physics topics covered by this app:
- MECHANICS -
1. Motion in One Dimension
Section 1. Distance and Displacement
Section 2. Speed and Velocity
Section 3. Position-time graph and Velocity-time graph
Section 4. Acceleration
Section 5. Equations of Motion
2. Forces and Newton's Laws
Section 1. What is a Force
Section 2. Newton's First Law of Motion
Section 3. Newton's Second Law of Motion
Section 4. Newton's Third Law
Section 5. Weight and Normal Forces
Section 6. Friction Force
3. Forces in Two Dimensions
Section 1. Break down forces into components
Section 2. Addition of Forces
Section 3. Free body diagram
4. Free Fall and Projectile Motion
Section 1. Free fall
Section 2. Projectile Motion
Section 3. Horizontal Projection
Section 4. Angular Projection
5. Momentum and Collisions
Section 1. Momentum
Section 2. Impulse
Section 3. Impulse-Momentum Theorem
Section 4. Conservation of Momentum
Section 5. Types of Collisions
6. Circular Motion and Rotation
Section 1. Arc Length and Radian Measure
Section 2. Uniform Circular Motion
Section 3. Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces
Section 4. Rotational Motion
7. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids
Section 1. Fluids and Solids: Fundamentals
Section 2. Mechanical Properties of Solids
Section 3. Mechanical Properties of Fluids
Section 4. Pascal's principle (Pascal's law)
Section 5. Archimedes' principle
- ELECTROMAGNETISM -
Section 1. Net Electrical Charge
Section 2. Conductors and Insulators
Section 3. Charged Objects
Section 4. Coulomb's Law
2. Circuit Elements
Section 1. Electric Field
Section 2. Electric Potential Difference
Section 3. Flow of Charge: The Current
Section 4. Passive Circuit Elements
Section 5. Active Circuit Elements
3. Electric Circuits
Section 1. Ohm's Law
Section 2. Kirchhoff's current law (KCL)
Section 3. Kirchhoff's voltage law (KVL)
Section 4. Series Circuits
Section 5. Parallel Circuits
Section 6. Series-Parallel Combination Circuits
Section 1. Magnetic Field
Section 2. The Earth’s Magnetic Field
Section 3. Magnetic Force on Moving Charges
Section 4. Magnetic Field from a Wire
5. Waves and Sound
Section 1. The Nature of Waves
Section 2. Wave Properties
Section 3. The Behavior of Waves
Section 4. The Nature of Sound
Section 5. Sound Properties
Section 6. The Doppler Effect
Section 1. The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Section 2. Luminous and Illuminated Bodies
Section 3. Reflection of Light Waves
Section 4. Refraction of Light Waves
Section 5. Concave and Convex Mirrors
Section 6. Convex and Concave Lenses
- THERMODYNAMICS -
1. Energy, Work and Heat
Section 1. System, Surroundings and Boundary
Section 2. Closed, Open and Isolated Systems
Section 3. Intensive and extensive properties
Section 4. States and Processes
Section 5. Energy
Section 6. Work
Section 7. Heat
2. Laws of Thermodynamics
Section 1. Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
Section 2. First Law of Thermodynamics
Section 3. The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Section 4. The Third Law of Thermodynamics
** DO NOT USE AS CHEAT SHEET ON A PHYSICS EXAM IF IT IS NOT ALLOWED.
It is designed to give all the possible answers, as quickly as possible.
This helps any student check their answer easily.
Note: At this moment only some Circular Motion, Projectile Motion and basic Waves questions are supported.
Gravity, and Torque will be added later.
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I will try and solve bugs/problems as they appear.
ToS: I do not take any responsibility if the application is misused and causes any errors/problems.
With this application you can use your travel time to study, or just have it as a quick reference when needed.
This includes topics:
Introduction to physics
Relative deviation, Prefixes, Units for Area and Volume
Force and Motion
1. Average Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Equation of linear motion
2. Finding velocity, Finding Acceleration, Graph of motion
3. Momentum, Newton's first law
4. Newton second and third law, Impulse, Gravitational field strength, Weight
5. Vertical Motion, Lifts
7. Pulleys, Vectors
8. Inclined plane, Forces in equilibrium
Energy, Power and Work
2. Energy, Power and efficiency
1. Hooke's law
2. Density, Pressure, Gas Pressure
3. Pressure in a capillary tube, Barometer
4. Pascal's principle, Archimedes principle
1. Heat, Boyle's law, Pressure law
2. Charles's law
1. Refractive index
3. Astronomical Telescope, Compound Microscope
1. Wave, Interference
2. Oscillation, Displacement time and distance graph
1. Sum of charge, Current
2. Potential difference,Resistance
3. Potential and potential difference
4. Electromotive force and internal resistance, Electrical Energy
5. Electrical Power, Efficiency
6. Electric Charges and fields
8. Current, Resistance
9. Inductive and RCL circuits
10. AC Circuits
Electronics, Cathode ray oscilloscope
Useful for IIT JEE, AIEEE, etc.
It also has formulas for College Grade/Higher Grade Students/School Students.
The app is suitable for all levels of physics from high school to university and beyond.
Helps in all the following ways:
Physics, Physics Formulas, Physics Formula, Formulas Physics, Physics Formulae
This app covers the following topics from Physics I:
- Solve linear and rotational kinematic equations
- Calculate forces of gravity, friction, and springs
- Calculate motion of rockets, pendulums, collisions, and more
- Perform calculations involving mass, weight, density, energy, work, and power
- Do unit conversions
- Look up laws of physics and common physics constants
The Wolfram Physics I Course Assistant is powered by the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine and is created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica—the world's leading software system for mathematical research and education.
The Wolfram Physics I Course Assistant draws on the computational power of Wolfram|Alpha's supercomputers over a 2G, 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connection.
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The Physics Notes app is just physics running notes for students.
The app will be aggregation of definitions and formulas for students in most systematically
The app covers:
1) Basics of Physics
2) Units, dimensions and physical constants.
3) Motion in one, two three dimensions.
4) Laws of motion, Circular, Relative and projectile motion.
5) Friction, dynamics of rigid bodies.
7) Work, Energy and Power.
8) Conservation laws of energy
9) Momentum and Impulse
11) Properties of matter
12) Surface Energy and Surface tension
13) Kinetic theory of gases
15) Oscillations and Simple harmonic motion
and more topics to come.
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