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Sophie Wilder

How Can I Memorise Physics Equations?

Does anyone have any tips for memorising equations for physics. I know the words of the equations but i just don’t know the order? Thanks x

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Sophie Wilder

How Can I Memorise Physics Equations?

Does anyone have any tips for memorising equations for physics. I know the words of the equations but i just don’t know the order? Thanks x

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eva

vor 1 Jahren

 

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I make a small rhyme to remember some of the equations , hope this helps x

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Cinzia

vor 1 Jahren

flashfards

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Katie Kozok

vor 1 Jahren

To remember equations my favourite memory technique is to create an acronym or a rhyme. Try use words that mean something to you so that during an exam you are able to recall these with ease.

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vor 1 Jahren

the triangle method is a great way to memorise equations, also flash cards can be really good.

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annabelle

vor 1 Jahren

quizlet is good or flash cards :)

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Alisha

vor 1 Jahren

The triangle is the best way trust me, you don’t even have to rearrange it you just cover up the one that you want to find and then input the numbers!

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- revision help -

vor 1 Jahren

here are some tips I had previously commented I have also uploaded some on my page aswell!!:

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roseee

vor 1 Jahren

try and think of acronyms this always helps me for Energy transferred = power x time I always think of et phone home as the te stands for energy transfered then phone for power and then time is just left over so that’s there it sounds stupid but it helps

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Sophia + Charlotte

vor 1 Jahren

Hey, if you're in year 11, you don't need to memorise them. If you're in year 10, 23 equations is brilliant. I'd also suggest making your own flashcards so you can get them into your head when you write them

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Sophieeee 🎀👝🛍🌺💓

vor 1 Jahren

you get given the equations in the exam but I would make them into mindmaps with the examples next to each or make flashcards with the symbols and units etc

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Daniella

vor 1 Jahren

make sure u dont memorise the ones on the equation sheet as thats a waste of time but make sure ur able to use and rearrange them. make mnemonics for equations it works for some people but not all. E.g Dogs see tables remember the equation the way you would times the values to get something E.g Distance travelled = Speed × Time

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