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David Goodstein in the classic video series. I. Electric Charge, Electric Force, and Electric FieldJ. Electric PotentialL. Capacitance and DielectricsM. Direct Current CircuitsN. Magnetic Fields (How Moving Charges Interact with Magnetic Fields)P. Sources of Magnetic Fields (How Moving Charges Actually Create Their Own Magnetic Fields)Q. Electromagnetic InductionR. Mechanics: The Big PictureC. Momentum, Impulse, and the Center of MassF. Rotational MotionG. Satellite MotionH. Important Updates Updated Example Textbook ListAn updated example textbook list is now available on the AP Course Audit website for AP Physics 1.
This resource was reviewed by Learning List, an independent instructional materials review service for schools and districts. Welcome, AP Teachers. AP Physics 1 is an algebra-based, introductory college-level physics course. Exam preparation can be stressful, but finding quality free study material can make your review much simpler. In this tutorial we begin to explore ideas of velocity and acceleration. We do exciting things like throw things off cliffs (far safer on paper than in real life) and see how high a ball will fly in the air.
You understand velocity and acceleration well in one-dimension. Now we can explore scenarios that are even more fun.