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AP Physics by Mind Map: AP Physics
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AP Physics

Due to formatting issues, not all formulae will properly appear on the map. The adjusted format should still be comprehensible; the correct format will be displayed on the Note. Created by: FM Yoon-Jae "Yoonbacca" Kim & GM Jay "TuSyniikal" Shapiro Contributors: Joseph Boyle, James Walker, Greg Jacobs, Joshua Schulman, Shannon Campbell, Justin Nauman, CollegeBoard, Physics Classroom, Prentice-Hall and Wikipedia. Special Thanks To: Justin "Nom Nom" Nauman for his acceleration of blocks connected by pulley equation, and to Mrs. Shannon "C-Dawg" Campbell for being the best Physics teacher on the face of the Earth. Campbell AP Physics B 2010-2011 "Scientia potentia est."

2-D Kinematics

Formulae

Units

Definitions

Graphs

1-D Kinematics

Formulae

Definitions

Graphs

Units

Newton's Laws of Motion

The Laws

Concepts

Friction

Justinian Acceleration Conjecture

Energy

Work and Kinetic Energy

Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

Linear Momentum and Collisions

Formulae

Units

Circular Motion and Gravitation

Centripetal Acceleration

Centripetal acceleration can also be found using the equation: AC=4πr2/T2

Tangential Velocity

As the name implies, the velocity vector is always tangent to the object's path of motion.

Period

Time required for an object to complete one revolution.

Frequency

Number of revolutions per second.

Centripetal Force

Gravitational Force

Orbital Speed

Fluids

Flowing Formulae

Static Formulae

Waves/Vibrations

Period of Spring

Period of Pendulum

Wave Speed

v=fl

Energy of SHM Object

Simple Harmonic Motion

Transverse Wave Velocity

Sound

Speed of Sound

Intensity

Harmonic Frequency

Beat Frequency

Doppler Effect

NEEEEEEEeeewwww...

Sound Inteference

Thermodynamics

Linear Expansion

DL= LoaDT

Volumetric Expansion

DV= VobDT

Ideal Gas Law

Combined Gas Law

Internal Energy

Heat Transfer

Q=mcDT

Thermal Conduction

Q/t=kADT/d

First Law

DU= Q+W

Efficiency

Electrostatics

Coulomb's Law

Electric Field

Field from Point Charge

Electric Potential Energy

Electric Potential from Point

Potential Difference

Voltage

Work by Electric Force/Field

Electric Potential Energy

Circuits

Current

Resistance

is futile!

Ohm's Law

Power

Capacitance

Resistors in Series

IT= I1=I2=…=In   VT= V1+V2+…+Vn   RT= R1+R2+…+Rn

Resistors in Parallel

IT= I1+I2+…+In VT= V1=V2=…=Vn 1/RT= 1/R1+1/R2+…+1/Rn

Capacitors in Series

QT= Q1=Q2=…=Qn VT= V1+V2+…+Vn  

Capacitors in Parallel

VT= V1=V2=…=Vn QT= Q1+Q2+…+Qn CT= C1+C2+…+Cn

Kirchoff's Rules

Optics

Formulae

Concepts

Units

Magnetism

Magnetic Flux

FB=BA cos f

Magnetic Field

Force on Wire

The force in a current carrying wire in a magnetic field

Force on Particle

Ion Path

Use this equation to find the radius of an ion's path in a mass spectrometer.

Force Between Wires

Right Hand Rules

Field in a Coil

E= -N∆F/∆t

Induced EMF

Lenz's Law

Modern Physics

Quantum

Nuclear