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Harmonic Motion

Harmonic Motion

Harmonic Motion . AP Physics C. Springs are like Waves and Circles. The amplitude, A, of a wave is the same as the displacement ,x, of a spring. Both are in meters. CREST. Equilibrium Line.

By aida
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ElectroMagnetic Induction

ElectroMagnetic Induction

ElectroMagnetic Induction. AP Physics C. What is E/M Induction?. Electromagnetic Induction is the process of using magnetic fields to produce voltage, and in a complete circuit, a current. .

By feo
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Electric Fields and Forces

Electric Fields and Forces

Electric Fields and Forces. AP Physics C. Electric Charge. “ Charge ” is a property of subatomic particles. Facts about charge : There are basically 2 types: positive (protons) and negative (electrons) LIKE charges REPEL and OPPOSITE charges ATTRACT

By philippa
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Air Resistance

Air Resistance

Air Resistance. AP Physics C. A falling object. Let’s first look at the graphs of motions concerning a object that is dropped from rest. a(m/s/s). v(m/s). y(m). v T. t(s). t(s). t(s).

By shae
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Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power. AP Physics C. There are many different TYPES of Energy. Energy is expressed in JOULES (J) 4.19 J = 1 calorie Energy can be expressed more specifically by using the term WORK(W).

By waldo
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Internal Resistance and Resistivity in DC Circuits

Internal Resistance and Resistivity in DC Circuits

Internal Resistance and Resistivity in DC Circuits. AP Physics C. Internal Resistance. All components in a circuit off some type of resistance regardless of how large or small it is. Batteries especially have what is called an internal resistance , r . .

By milek
(94 views)

The Basics of Physics with Calculus

The Basics of Physics with Calculus

The Basics of Physics with Calculus. AP Physics C. Pythagoras started it all…6 th Century.

By ciqala
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Electric Fields and Forces

Electric Fields and Forces

AP Physics C. Electric Fields and Forces. “ Charge ” is a property of subatomic particles. Facts about charge : There are basically 2 types: positive (protons) and negative (electrons) LIKE charges REPEL and OPPOSITE charges ATTRACT

By peigi
(121 views)

Gravitation

Gravitation

AP Physics C. Gravitation. Newton’s Law of Gravitation. What causes YOU to be pulled down? THE EARTH….or more specifically…the EARTH’S MASS. Anything that has MASS has a gravitational pull towards it.

By totie
(143 views)

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object. AP Physics C. Rolling Motion: a combination of pure translation and pure rotation. For pure rolling motion there is “rolling without slipping”, so at point P v p =0.

By nguyet
(111 views)

Dual Enrollment and AP Classes

Dual Enrollment and AP Classes

College Credit Now at Forsyth Central High School. Dual Enrollment and AP Classes. College Credit Now – Advanced Placement (AP). AP Human Geography AP World History AP US History AP Chemistry AP Physics C AP Environmental Science AP Biology AP Spanish. AP Statistics AP Calculus AB

By vea
(120 views)

Research & Exploration

Research & Exploration

Whitney Deras Parker Lusk Moore-Norman Technology Center Engineering Design and Development October 5, 2009. Research & Exploration. Objective: To attend the University of Oklahoma to become a Mechanical Engineer. Whitney Deras. Moore High School AP Calculus AB AP Physics B

By nuwa
(93 views)

GEAR UP

GEAR UP

GEAR UP. 10 th Grade Registration. T-2-4 and Academic Press. T-2-4: Every student will graduate ready to enter a Technical program, a 2-year program, or a 4-year program. Access to rigorous coursework to create a College and Career Ready culture. College & Career Readiness.

By judah
(111 views)

Magnetic Sources

Magnetic Sources

Magnetic Sources. AP Physics C. Sources of Magnetic Fields. In the last section, we learned that if a charged particle is moving and then placed in an EXTERNAL magnetic field, it will be acted upon by a magnetic force. The same is true for a current carrying wire.

By tobias
(158 views)

Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight. Dynamics II Motion in a Plane. Uniform Circular Motion. Uniform Circular Motion: Movement at constant speed around a circle of radius, r. Period (T) – the time it takes to go around the circle once. Uniform Circular Motion. CCW > 0 CW < 0. Angular Velocity. v t vs ω.

By gunda
(453 views)

Rocket Propulsion

Rocket Propulsion

Rocket Propulsion. AP Physics C: Mechanics. How do most vehicles propel themselves?. Tire pushes on ground, ground pushes on tire… Normal Forces and Friction. How do most vehicles propel themselves?. Plane pushes on air, air pushes on plane. Rockets have nothing to push off of….

By zeheb
(113 views)

Ch. 8 Momentum and its conservation

Ch. 8 Momentum and its conservation

Ch. 8 Momentum and its conservation. AP Physics C. Citations:. Wahl, Michael. SparkNote on Conservation of Momentum . 25 Oct. 2008 <http://www.sparknotes.com/physics/linearmomentum/conservationofmomentum >.

By brigit
(126 views)

Kinematics with Calculus: dervitives

Kinematics with Calculus: dervitives

Kinematics with Calculus: dervitives. AP Physics C. What is calculus?. Calculus is simply very advanced algebra and geometry that has been tweaked to solve more sophisticated problems. Question: How much energy does the man use to push the crate up the incline?. The “regular” way.

By brenna
(785 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Energy. What is Energy?. "It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge of what energy is . We do not have a picture that energy comes in little blobs of a definite amount." -Richard Feynman "Lectures on Physics". What is Energy? Con’t.

By verdi
(186 views)

AP Physics C: Mechanics

AP Physics C: Mechanics

AP Physics C: Mechanics. Gravitation in-class examples. Example 1 – Gravitational Attraction. Given that the radius of Earth is 6.37 x 10 6 m, determine the mass of Earth. Example 1 – Gravitational Attraction. Given that the radius of Earth is 6.37 x 10 6 m, determine the mass of Earth.

By rasul
(87 views)

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