Ch 5: AP Physics 2: Properties of Objects, Space & Time

About This Chapter

It's easy to refresh your understanding of the properties of space, objects and time using this helpful chapter. Our text and video lessons explain what you need to know, while our multiple-choice quizzes help you prepare for an upcoming exam or assignment.

AP Physics 2: Properties of Objects, Space & Time - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll learn about the properties of space, time and objects as they're related to the study of physics. Evaluate the meanings of terms that include wave-particle duality, photon and photoelectric effect. Tackle more challenging topics by reviewing the associated lesson as many times as you need to and then take the multiple-choice quiz to measure your understanding. If you still need more help, our instructors are available to offer their assistance. You can study at whatever time is convenient for you on your computer or mobile device, 24 hours a day. These lessons are designed to help you accomplish the following:

  • Give examples of wave-particle duality
  • Describe the equation used in the double slit experiment
  • Explain why the properties of time and space are not absolute

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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