# Ch 3: AP Physics C: Acceleration, Velocity, & Gravity

Let us help you review the impact of an object due to the force of gravity. This engaging chapter provides an overview of acceleration, velocity and gravity to help you prepare to pass the AP Physics C -Mechanics exam.

## AP Physics C: Acceleration, Velocity & Gravity - Chapter Summary

Our instructors explain detailed concepts related to gravity, acceleration, and velocity to help you prepare for the AP Physics C - Mechanics exam. The lessons in this chapter review key topics you could encounter on test day, including finding slope in position vs. time graphs, describing motion through velocity vs. time graphs, and projectile motion. By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:

• Create and interpret various graphs of motion
• Determine the acceleration and displacement of an object
• Understand how to use velocity as a measure of speed and direction of motion
• Solve problems related to free falling objects due to gravity
• Describe the acceleration of gravity
• Define projectile motion
• Explain kinematic equations

This course is self paced, giving you the ability to learn at your own comfort and speed. The lessons have been specially developed to keep you engaged in the review process to help you take the AP Physics C - Mechanics exam with confidence! After watching each lesson, make sure to take the self-assessment quiz to determine your understanding and see if you are ready to move on to the next concept.

11 Lessons in Chapter 3: AP Physics C: Acceleration, Velocity, & Gravity
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