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Vectors & Scalars:

Vector Components & Addition:

Linear Motion:

Linear Motion Graphs:

Air Resistance:

Force:

Newton’s Laws:

Gravity:

Friction:

Tension:

Inclined Planes:

Springs/Hooke’s Law/Elastic Potential Energy

Work, energy and power

 

 

Momentum

Elastic, inelastic collisions

Rotational kinematics

Centripetal force and Acceleration

Torque:

Elasticity of solids

Density & Specific Gravity:

Archimedes’ Principle & The Buoyant Force:

Fluid Pressure: Manometers/ Barometers

Fluid Flow:

Bernoulli’s Equation:

EQUATION OF CONTINUITY AND LAMINAR FLOW

 

 

PRESSURE AND GAS LAWS

KINETIC MOLECULAR THEORY

Laws of Thermodynamics

Specific Heat Capacity 

Thermodynamics changes

internal energy, enthalpy

Thermodynamics questions

Entropy

Pendulums:

Waves (Types of Waves, Wave Speed, Superposition of Waves):

Harmonics:

Sound:

The Doppler Effect:

Charge:

Conductance:

Electric Fields: Field Lines & Equipotential Lines, Dipoles

 

 

Electrical potential and potential energy

Parallel-plate capacitor

 

 

Current, Resistance & Voltage:

Ohm’s Law:

Circuits: Capacitors, Batteries, Resistors

Solving Circuits and Electrical Power:

Electromotive force (emf)

Kirchoff's rule

RC Circuits

Magnetic field

Magnetic forces

Torque on a current carrying loop: (Do the problems on the videos)

Faraday's law

Lenz laws

Motional emf

Self inductance use the sample problem as practice

Snell’s Law: Index of Refraction, Formula, Total Internal Reflection

 

Dual Nature of Light, Energy of a Photon

Young’s Double-Slit Experiment

Slit Experiments - AP Physics 2

Electromagnetic Spectrum:

Lenses and Mirrors:

Virtual vs. Real Images:

Near-Sighted vs. Far-Sighted:

Optical Power: