Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities:

-Includes ALL physics equations.

-Engaging tasks where pupils need to guess the units and the word equation when given the symbol equation for each formula.

-For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and physics only (triple science).

-Higher tier and triple science equations clearly highlighted.

-Answers for every equation.

-Units specified for each equation.

-Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets.

-Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam.

-Covers the following formulas:

weight = mass × gravitational field strength

work done = force × distance

force = spring constant × extension

moment = force × distance

pressure = force/surface area

distance = speed × time

acceleration = change in velocity / time

force = mass × acceleration

momentum = mass × velocity

kinetic energy = 0.5 × mass × speed2

gravitational potential energy = mass × gravitational field strength × height

power = energy transferred / time

power = work done / time

efficiency = useful energy out / total energy in

wave speed = frequency × wavelength

charge = current × time

potential difference = current × resistance

power = potential difference × current

power = current2 × resistance

energy = power × time

energy = charge × potential difference

density = mass/volume

pressure = height × density × gravitational field strength

final velocity2 – initial velocity2 = 2 × acceleration × distance

force = change in momentum / timeforce = mass x change in velocity / time

elastic potential energy = 0.5 × spring constant × extension2

change in thermal energy = mass × specific heat capacity × temperature change

period = 1 / frequency

magnification = image height / object height

force = magnetic flux density × current × length

thermal energy = mass × specific latent heat

Vp/Vs = np/ns

voltage primary coil × current primary coil = voltage secondary coil × current secondary coil

pressure × volume = constantpressure 1 × volume 1 = pressure 2 × volume 2