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# EQUATIONS PRACTICE - BCP.pptx

Equations for GCSE sciecne practice

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### EQUATIONS PRACTICE - BCP.pptx

1. 1. For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. Charge, current time 2. Voltage (Potential diff), current, resistance 3. Power, current, voltage 4. Energy, Pot diff, charge 5. Energy, mass, SHC, temp change 6. Elastic potential equation 7. Flemings left hand rule 8. Force, magnetic flux, current, length 9. Spring constant 10. Density 11. Change in thermal energy BIOLOGY 1. BMI equation 2. How do I work out rate? (no triangle) 3. Percentage change in mass (no triangle) 4. Image, actual, magnification 5. Eye piece, magnification, objective lens 6. Cardiac output 7. Light intensity equation CHEMSITRY 1. Mass, moles & relative formula mass 2. Moles, concentration & volume 3. Volume, moles & 24 (gas volumes) 4. Percentage yield (no triangle) 5. Atom economy (no triangle) 6. Rf value (Chromatography) For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. Charge, current time 2. Voltage (Potential diff), current, resistance 3. Power, current, voltage 4. Energy, Pot diff, charge 5. Energy, mass, SHC, temp change 6. Elastic potential equation 7. Flemings left hand rule 8. Force, magnetic flux, current, length 9. Spring constant 10. Density 11. Change in thermal energy BIOLOGY 1. BMI equation 2. How do I work out rate? (no triangle) 3. Percentage change in mass (no triangle) 4. Image, actual, magnification 5. Eye piece, magnification, objective lens 6. Cardiac output 7. Light intensity equation CHEMSITRY 1. Mass, moles & relative formula mass 2. Moles, concentration & volume 3. Volume, moles & 24 (gas volumes) 4. Percentage yield (no triangle) 5. Atom economy (no triangle) 6. Rf value (Chromatography) For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. Charge, current time 2. Voltage (Potential diff), current, resistance 3. Power, current, voltage 4. Energy, Pot diff, charge 5. Energy, mass, SHC, temp change 6. Elastic potential equation 7. Flemings left hand rule 8. Force, magnetic flux, current, length 9. Spring constant 10. Density 11. Change in thermal energy BIOLOGY 1. BMI equation 2. How do I work out rate? (no triangle) 3. Percentage change in mass (no triangle) 4. Image, actual, magnification 5. Eye piece, magnification, objective lens 6. Cardiac output 7. Light intensity equation CHEMSITRY 1. Mass, moles & relative formula mass 2. Moles, concentration & volume 3. Volume, moles & 24 (gas volumes) 4. Percentage yield (no triangle) 5. Atom economy (no triangle) 6. Rf value (Chromatography) For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. Charge, current time 2. Voltage (Potential diff), current, resistance 3. Power, current, voltage 4. Energy, Pot diff, charge 5. Energy, mass, SHC, temp change 6. Elastic potential equation 7. Flemings left hand rule 8. Force, magnetic flux, current, length 9. Spring constant 10. Density 11. Change in thermal energy BIOLOGY 1. BMI equation 2. How do I work out rate? (no triangle) 3. Percentage change in mass (no triangle) 4. Image, actual, magnification 5. Eye piece, magnification, objective lens 6. Cardiac output 7. Light intensity equation CHEMSITRY 1. Mass, moles & relative formula mass 2. Moles, concentration & volume 3. Volume, moles & 24 (gas volumes) 4. Percentage yield (no triangle) 5. Atom economy (no triangle) 6. Rf value (Chromatography)
2. 2. (W) (Ohms) (Amps) 2
3. 3. (J) (N/m) (m) Force = magnetic flux density x current x length (m) (amps) (T) (N)
4. 4. (g) (cm3) (g/cm3)
5. 5. Rate = 1 Time (s) M – M – N – P mm, um, nm, p ÷1000 x1000 Total magnification = eye piece x objective lens x10 x4 x10 x40 MASS 1 d²
6. 6. To convert from cm3 ÷ by 1000
7. 7. For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. speed, distance & time 2. Acceleration equation (no triangle) 3. Constant acceleration 4. Force, mass & acceleration 5. Weight, mass & gravity 6. Momentum, mass and velocity 7. Energy efficiency equation (no triangle) 8. Kinetic energy 9. Gravitational potential energy 10. Work done, force & distance 11. Power, work done & time taken 12. Wave speed, wave length & frequency 13. Force, moment, distance 14. Pressure, force, area 15. Pressure, gravity, density and height BIOLOGY Working out a mean, median, mode & how to work out an area/percentage! CHEMSITRY 1. Rate of reaction equation For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. speed, distance & time 2. Acceleration equation (no triangle) 3. Constant acceleration 4. Force, mass & acceleration 5. Weight, mass & gravity 6. Momentum, mass and velocity 7. Energy efficiency equation (no triangle) 8. Kinetic energy 9. Gravitational potential energy 10. Work done, force & distance 11. Power, work done & time taken 12. Wave speed, wave length & frequency 13. Force, moment, distance 14. Pressure, force, area 15. Pressure, gravity, density and height BIOLOGY Working out a mean, median, mode & how to work out an area/percentage! CHEMSITRY 1. Rate of reaction equation For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. speed, distance & time 2. Acceleration equation (no triangle) 3. Constant acceleration 4. Force, mass & acceleration 5. Weight, mass & gravity 6. Momentum, mass and velocity 7. Energy efficiency equation (no triangle) 8. Kinetic energy 9. Gravitational potential energy 10. Work done, force & distance 11. Power, work done & time taken 12. Wave speed, wave length & frequency 13. Force, moment, distance 14. Pressure, force, area 15. Pressure, gravity, density and height BIOLOGY Working out a mean, median, mode & how to work out an area/percentage! CHEMSITRY 1. Rate of reaction equation For all questions you must display in a triangle (unless told not to) and provide units. PHYSICS 1. speed, distance & time 2. Acceleration equation (no triangle) 3. Constant acceleration 4. Force, mass & acceleration 5. Weight, mass & gravity 6. Momentum, mass and velocity 7. Energy efficiency equation (no triangle) 8. Kinetic energy 9. Gravitational potential energy 10. Work done, force & distance 11. Power, work done & time taken 12. Wave speed, wave length & frequency 13. Force, moment, distance 14. Pressure, force, area 15. Pressure, gravity, density and height BIOLOGY Working out a mean, median, mode & how to work out an area/percentage! CHEMSITRY 1. Rate of reaction equation
8. 8. (m/s2) (m/s) (m/s) (s) V2 – U2 = 2 x a x × (m/s2) (m) (m/s) (J) (m/s) (kg)
9. 9. (J) (m) (N/kg) (kg) (m) (N) (m2) (N/m2) Pressure = density x gravity x height (Pa) (m) (N/kg) (kg/m3)
10. 10. Topics 1–4: Cell biology; Organisation; Infection and response; Bioenergetics. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 5–7: Homeostasis and response; Inheritance, Variation and evolution; Ecology. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 1–5: Atomic structure and the periodic table; Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter; Quantitative chemistry, Chemical changes; Energy changes. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 6–10: The rate and extent of chemical change; Organic chemistry; Chemical analysis, Chemistry of the atmosphere; Using resources. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 1-4: Energy; Electricity; Particle model of matter; Atomic structure. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 5-8: Forces; Waves; Magnetism and electromagnetism; Space physics. Questions in paper 2 may draw on an understanding of energy changes and transfers due to heating, mechanical and electrical work and the concept of energy conservation from Energy and Electricity. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Triple science
11. 11. Topics 1–4: Cell biology; Organisation; Infection and response; Bioenergetics. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 5–7: Homeostasis and response; Inheritance, Variation and evolution; Ecology. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 1–5: Atomic structure and the periodic table; Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter; Quantitative chemistry, Chemical changes; Energy changes. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 6–10: The rate and extent of chemical change; Organic chemistry; Chemical analysis, Chemistry of the atmosphere; Using resources. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 1-4: Energy; Electricity; Particle model of matter; Atomic structure. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Topics 5-8: Forces; Waves; Magnetism and electromagnetism; Space physics. Questions in paper 2 may draw on an understanding of energy changes and transfers due to heating, mechanical and electrical work and the concept of energy conservation from Energy and Electricity. How it's assessed •Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes •Foundation and Higher Tier •100 marks •50% of GCSE Triple science
12. 12. Forces Topic • 4.5.1.1 Scalar and vector quantities • 4.5.1.2 Contact and non-contact forces • 4.5.1.3 Gravity • 4.5.1.4 Resultant forces • 4.5.2 Work done and energy transfer • 4.5.3 Forces and elasticity • 4.5.4 Moments, levers and gears (physics only) • 4.5.5 Pressure and pressure differences in fluids (physics only) • 4.5.6 Forces and motion (accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion) • 4.5.7 Momentum (HT only)