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AP Physics
by Yoon-Jae Kim
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AP Physics

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2-D Kinematics

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Formulae

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Units

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Definitions

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Graphs

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1-D Kinematics

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Formulae

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Definitions

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Graphs

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Units

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Newton's Laws of Motion

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The Laws

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Concepts

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Friction

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Justinian Acceleration Conjecture

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Energy

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Work and Kinetic Energy

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Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

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Linear Momentum and Collisions

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Formulae

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Units

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Circular Motion and Gravitation

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Centripetal Acceleration

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Tangential Velocity

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Period

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Frequency

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Centripetal Force

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Gravitational Force

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Orbital Speed

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Fluids

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Flowing Formulae

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Static Formulae

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Waves/Vibrations

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Period of Spring

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Period of Pendulum

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Wave Speed

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Energy of SHM Object

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Transverse Wave Velocity

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Sound

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Speed of Sound

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Intensity

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Harmonic Frequency

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Beat Frequency

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Doppler Effect

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Sound Inteference

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Thermodynamics

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Linear Expansion

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Volumetric Expansion

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Ideal Gas Law

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Combined Gas Law

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Internal Energy

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Heat Transfer

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Thermal Conduction

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First Law

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Efficiency

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Electrostatics

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Coulomb's Law

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Electric Field

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Field from Point Charge

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Electric Potential Energy

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Electric Potential from Point

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Potential Difference

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Voltage

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Work by Electric Force/Field

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Electric Potential Energy

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Circuits

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Current

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Resistance

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Ohm's Law

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Power

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Capacitance

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Resistors in Series

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Resistors in Parallel

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Capacitors in Series

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Capacitors in Parallel

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Kirchoff's Rules

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Optics

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Formulae

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Concepts

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Units

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Magnetism

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Magnetic Flux

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Magnetic Field

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Force on Wire

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Force on Particle

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Ion Path

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Force Between Wires

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Right Hand Rules

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Field in a Coil

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Induced EMF

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Lenz's Law

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Modern Physics

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Quantum

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Nuclear

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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."

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

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

Time required for an object to complete one revolution.

Number of revolutions per second.

v=fl

Simple Harmonic Motion

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DL= LoaDT

DV= VobDT

Q=mcDT

Q/t=kADT/d

DU= Q+W

is futile!

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

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

QT= Q1=Q2=…=Qn VT= V1+V2+…+Vn

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

FB=BA cos f

The force in a current carrying wire in a magnetic field

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

E= -N∆F/∆t