# Ch 4: AP Physics 1: Graphing Kinematics

In this chapter, you'll review graphing kinematics in order to prepare for the AP Physics exam. These lessons cover information such as ticker tape diagrams, using slope to determine acceleration, graphs of motion, projectile motion, and free fall motion.

## AP Physics: Graphing Kinematics - Chapter Summary

The information in this chapter is delivered through fun lessons and self-assessment quizzes, which will enhance your review of graphing kinematics for the AP Physics 1 exam. You'll go over topics such position vs. time graphs, vector diagrams, free fall physics and projectile motion, just to name a few. After completion of this comprehensive review on graphing kinematics, you should have the knowledge to:

• Analyze motion using a ticker tape diagram
• Use a vector diagram
• Recognize a velocity vs. time graph
• Solve free fall physics problems
• Utilize the formula for acceleration of gravity
• Find acceleration using slope
• Solve projectile motion problems
• Use kinematics equations to calculate motion

You can review the lessons in any order and on the device of your choosing, giving you have flexibility and convenience as you study. If you would rather use a hard copy of the material, a transcript of each lesson is available to print. You can assess your understanding by taking the quizzes throughout the chapter, and then take the final chapter exam for a more comprehensive overview of your comprehension. Before you know it, you will be ready for questions about graphing kinematics on the AP Physics 1 exam.

15 Lessons in Chapter 4: AP Physics 1: Graphing Kinematics
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