# Ch 11: AP Physics 2: Newton's Laws of Motion

Make reviewing Newton's Laws of Motion fun by using the engaging video lessons and self-assessment quizzes in this chapter. This chapter can help you practice applying the Laws of Motion to unique examples as you prepare for questions about motion and forces on the AP Physics 2 exam.

## AP Physics 2: Newton's Laws of Motion - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons and quizzes in this chapter to review all three of Newton's Laws of Motion and apply your understanding to new examples of these laws. You can study the relationships between forces and how they apply to motion as you prepare for questions on the AP Physics 2 exam related to free-body diagrams, forces, and more. When you have completed this chapter, you should be able to:

• Provide examples of the First Law of Motion
• Explain how to use free-body diagrams to calculate force relationships
• Describe the Second Law of Motion
• Understand the principles of the Third Law of Motion
• Apply Newton's Three Laws of Motion to scenarios involving objects and forces
• List examples of the relationships between force pairs
• Categorize action and reaction force pairs

The lessons in this chapter are presented through short, engaging video lessons taught by professional instructors and are specifically designed to help you prepare for the AP Physics 2 exam. You can easily review specific ideas in the videos using the tagged points in the Timeline feature. There are also transcripts of the videos and self-assessment quizzes available with each lesson to enhance your learning.

9 Lessons in Chapter 11: AP Physics 2: Newton's Laws of Motion
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