Ch 13: AP Physics 1 Flashcards

About This Chapter

This chapter offers a collection of interactive flashcards that go over topics that could be covered on the AP Physics 1 exam. Review these flashcards at your convenience to memorize important concepts in preparation for the test.

AP Physics 1 Flashcards - Summary

Study these flashcards to memorize topics that you could encounter on the AP Physics 1 exam. The flashcards cover concepts ranging from Newton's laws of motion and protons to kinematics and motion. Here are other examples of topics covered:

  • Vector addition and subtraction
  • Work, energy and power
  • Electric charge and force
  • Coulomb's, Hooke's and Ohm's laws
  • Electrical circuit fundamentals
  • Translational and rotational motion

How They Work

Reviewing these flashcards is a fun and interesting way to ensure you can recall concepts covered by the AP Physics 1 exam. Here's how it works:

  • Open the flashcard set for the AP Physics 1 topic you're studying.
  • Identify the physics image, word, name or formula on the flashcard.
  • Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
  • Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
  • Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
  • Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.

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