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4 minute drill helper

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With mechanics being rapped up, its about time to try and pull everything together. In our class we do these drills called "4 minute drills" where we have 4 minutes to write down every single equation that we know. If you can rattle off equations mindlessly, then it probably means that you know how and when to use them, and you will always have the right one to solve the problem.

Since in our 4 minute drills we never actually get all of the equations we know so far... I thought it would be a good idea to sit down and compile all of them (or try to atleast). If I have forgotten any (I'm sure there will be a bunch... its 2:00 in the morning) please add them in the comments section so we can get a true compilation of every formula!!


png.latex?x=v_{0}t + \frac{1}{2}at^{2}


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