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Course SummaryLet us help you prepare for the AP Physics 1 exam with this self-paced course, which covers the main topics you'll find on the exam in an easy and accessible format. Use these lessons and practice quizzes to boost your score on the exam.
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Explore physics topics like momentum, vectors, and electrical forces through this online course. Divided into brief, engaging video lessons, this course also covers energy, Newton's laws, magnetism, and much more. Each lesson is accompanied by a short, multiple-choice quiz and lesson transcripts in case you want to follow along with the videos. You can also ask our subject experts any question you have about the lessons in this course.
|Vectors||Understand this basic geometric object that is used to describe moving objects and the forces acting on it in physics.|
|Kinematics||Learn about the study of the geometry of motion, looking at vectors, scalars, and time graphs for various movements.|
|Newton's Laws||Explore the ideas that Newton found in his studies, from gravity to air resistance and beyond.|
|Work, Energy, and Power||Examine the definitions of work and energy as used in physics as well as the relationships between these fundamental concepts.|
|Linear Momentum||Take a look at this vector quantity that describes the product of the mass and velocity of an object.|
|Motion||Understand how objects move in a path along the circumference of a circle and how this influences gravity.|
|Oscillations||Learn about movement that exhibits a repetitive variation and how to make calculations about these movements.|
|Rotational Motion||Learn all about the physics behind rotational motion, including rotational kinematics, rotational torque, rotational inertia, the kinetic energy of rotation and work and power in rotational motion.|
|Electrical Forces and Fields||Take a look at electric charges, force fields, and conductors in this chapter dealing with electric interactions.|
|Direct Current Circuits||Learn about the components of an electric circuit and how to identify the voltage, current, and resistance in different types.|
|Mechanical Waves||Examine how these types of energy function and what paths they take through the world.|
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