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- Available Lessons: 43
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Electric Charge and Force: Definition, Repulsion & Attraction
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This engaging course provides an overview of magnetism and electricity as you prepare for the AP Physics C exam. By reviewing our short, informative video and text lessons, you'll learn more about these topics so you can prepare for the exam, fulfill certification requirements or just learn something new. Each lesson is followed by a multiple-choice quiz that works well as a test prep exercise or helps you identify the topics that you might need to study further for full understanding.
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