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Course Guides (AP Physics 1)

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Problem-solving Guides Lab-related Guides & Resources
Solving Physics Problems Laboratory Recording and Reporting Guide
Motion Graph paper
Solving Kinematics Problems with the DVAT Equations Sig's Guide to Significant Figures
An Example DVAT Problem Robo's Guide to Precision and Accuracy
Solving Projectile Problems Drawing and Analyzing Graphs
Forces Using Logger Pro
Using Newton's 3rd Law Graphical Analysis for a Linear Relationship
Solving Net Force Problems in One Dimension Finding the Slope of a Line
Solving a Net Force Problem in 2-dimensions Graphical Analysis for a Non-Linear Relationship
Net Force and Acceleration for Systems of Objects Dimensional Analysis
Solving Connected Object Problems Tutorial on Using a Multimeter
Audio-Video Tutorials for Connected Object Problems Using a breadboard
Solving Circular Motion Problems Misc
Work and Energy Drawing in Word
Solving Work Problems Study Guides
Work as the area under a graph of force vs. position Reading Guidelines
Conservation of Energy Fundamentals Study Tips
Solving Conservation of Energy Problems Preparing for and taking tests
Effect of Changing the 0 Level for Gravitational Potential Energy Problem-solving Templates
Example of How Changing the System Affects the Solution to an Energy Problem 1-dimensional dvat
Using Wext = ΔEsys when Wext does not Equal Zero 2-dimensional dvat
More Conservation of Energy Problem Examples 1-dimensional net force
Momentum and Collisions Work
Solving Conservation of Momentum Problems in One Dimension Conservation of Energy
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions Math
Solving 1-dimensional Elastic Collisions Trigonometry: Math for 2-Dimensional Physics
Solving Conservation of Momentum Problems in Two Dimensions  
Solving Problems with both Momentum and Energy Conservation  
The Concept of Center of Mass and its Use  
Solving Elastic Collision Problems Using the Center-of-Mass Method  
Rotational Kinematics and Dynamics  
Rotational Kinematics  
Rotation and Translation  
Conservation of Energy with Rotational Motion  
Solving Net Torque Problems  
Solving Static Equilibrium Problems  
Dynamic Application: Combining Net Force and Net Torque Methods  
Conservation of Angular Momentum  
Gravitation and Oscillations  
Solving Gravitation Problems using Proportional Reasoning  
Using Gravitation Relationships  
Kepler's Laws  
Equations of Simple Harmonic Motion  
Calculus Applied to Simple Harmonic Motion (optional)  
Waves and Sound  
Doppler Effect for a Moving Source and Stationary Observer  
Wave Speed and What It Depends On  
Electrostatics  
Notes about using Coulomb's Law and the Superposition Principle  
Solving Net Electric Force Problems  
Solving Net Electric Field Problems  
Electric Circuits  
Circuit Conventions, Definitions, and Relationships  
Applying Conservation Laws to Series and Parallel Circuits  
Power and Energy in Series and Parallel Circuits  
Solving Multiloop Circuit Problems  
 


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