Course SummaryReview the subjects you might find on the AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism and AP Physics C: Mechanics exams with this self-paced test prep course. Use these video lessons and quizzes to learn more about energy, motion, vectors and other physics topics to get the best score you can on these tests.
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Can you calculate the magnitude of a vector? Do you understand Kepler and Newton's laws of motion? If you need to refresh your physics skills, or if you're building them from the ground up, this chapter could be just what you're looking for. Let our team of experienced professional educators teach you about linear momentum, rotational motion and other key physics topics through this set of video lessons and self-assessment quizzes. In addition to expanding your overall knowledge base, this course can help you prepare for the AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism and AP Physics C: Mechanics exams, which could earn you college credit.
|Vectors||Learn about this fundamental geometric object that describes magnitude and direction and how to make calculations with vectors.|
|Kinematics||Understand this branch that deals with motion by looking at graphs and learning the rules that govern motion.|
|Newton's Laws||Explore the findings of this important physicist and what he learned about the way the world works.|
|Work, Energy, and Power||Examine these three basics of physics, how they are technically defined, and what they mean in calculations.|
|Linear Momentum||Take a look at this concept that deals with both mass and velocity of an object and how objects move.|
|Rotational Motion||Learn about this type of circular motion and the calculations you need to know about an object spinning on an axis.|
|Laws of Gravitation||Understand the laws of Kepler and Newton in relation to the force of gravity and its effect on objects.|
|Oscillations||Explore this type of repetitive variation of motion, including Hooke's law and the energy involved.|
|Electrical Forces and Fields||Examine how electrical forces work by looking at Coulomb's law and Gauss's law.|
|Potential and Capacitance||Take a look at the ways energy, electricity, and voltage move through electric fields.|
|Direct Current Circuits||Understand the basics of electrical circuits and how to calculate resistance, currents, capacitance, and more.|
|Magnetism||Learn about magnets and magnetic fields and how these forces act on their surroundings.|
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