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```AP PHYSICS C
BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT
Mrs. Coyle
AP PHYSICS C
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Fall: Mechanics
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Spring: Electricity and Magnetism
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Introductory differential and integral calculus is
used throughout the year.
AP PHYSICS C
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The course is analogous to two semesters of
college level calculus based introductory Physics
and prepares the students for the AP exam in
May.
Students must take both the Mechanics and the
Electricity and Magnetism exams.
MECHANICS
Physics and Measurements (Ch1 ) and Motion in One
Dimension (Ch2)
 Vectors (Ch3) and Motion in Two Dimensions (Ch4)
 Newton’s Laws (Ch5) and Circular Motion (Ch6)
 Work, Energy, Power (Ch 7 +8)
 Momentum (Ch9)
 Rotation of an Object About a Fixed Axis (Ch10)
 Angular Momentum (Ch11) and Static Equilibrium
and Elasticity (Ch12)
 Universal Gravitation and Kepler’s Laws (Ch13)
 Oscillatory Motion (Ch15)
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ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
Electric Field (Ch23) and Gauss’s Law (Ch24)
 Electric Potential (Ch25)
 Capacitors and Dielectrics (Ch26)
 Current and Resistance (Ch27) and Direct Current
Circuits (Ch28)
 Magnetic Fields (Ch29) and Sources of the Magnetic
Field( Ch30)
 Biot-Savart Law
 Ampere’s Law
 Gauss’s Law in Magnetism
 Faraday’s Law of Induction, Lenz’s Law, Maxwell’s
Four Equations(Ch31)
 Inductance (Ch 32)
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Marking period grades are based on:
Tests
45%
Labs
25%
Homework and Quizzes 30%
LABS
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Students perform guided as well as open-ended handson laboratory investigations including using
electronic/computerized sensors.
The electronic sensors create the graphs in real-time on
the computer screen.
Students also use Excel and Graphical Analysis to
create and analyze graphs.
USE OF ANIMATIONS
USE OF INTERACTIVE ANIMATIONS
(APPLETS)
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