Name _____________________ # _____
Date_______
Section __________
Regents Physics
Reference Table
Open Book Relationship Questions
I. Direct square relationships (3 points each)
Find six equations anywhere on your physics reference table that have a direct square relationship and
then list the variables within the equations that have the direct square
relationship.
Equation with a direct
square 
Variables with the
direct square 
1. KE = 1/2 mv^{2 (example)} 
KE and v 
2. 

3. 

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7. 

II.
Inverse square relationships (3 points each)
Find two
equations anywhere on your physics
reference table that have an inverse
square relationship and then list the variables within the equations that
have the inverse square relationship.
Equation with a inverse
square relationship 
Variables with the
inverse square relationship 
1. 

2. 

III. Inverse relationship (3 points each)
Find
sixteen equations anywhere on your
physics reference table that have an inverse
relationship and then list the variables within the equations that have the
inverse relationship.
Equation with a inverse relationship 
Variables with the
inverse relationship 
1. P = W/Dt 
P and t 
2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

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8. 

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10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

IV. Sketch the shape of the plot of each
relationship listed below
(3 points
each)
a)
direct relationship

b)
direct
square relationship 
c) inverse relationship 
d) inverse square
relationship 
(3 points each)
If you double one variable
in a direct relationship the other variable will ____________
If you double one variable
in a direct square relationship the other variable will _________________
If you double one variable
in an inverse relationship the other variable will ________________
If you double one variable
in an inverse square relationship the other variable will ________________
Find an equation on your
reference table that has a direct, direct square and an inverse relationship (Seven points)