AP Physics 1 and 2 (Algebra based) Tutoring

### Why Advanced Placement Physics 1 and 2 Courses?

AP Physics Courses 1 and 2 provide a foundation in physics for students in the life sciences, pre-medicine, and some applied sciences, as well as other fields not directly related to science. It is a preparation for more advanced physics and engineering courses.The course provides a systematic development of the main principles of physics; emphasizing problem solving and helping students develop a basic understanding of physics concepts.Students should be familiar with algebra and preferably trigonometry also else trigonometry topics will be covered in the course. Basic concepts of calculus are not required.

In early 2014, the College Board divided the AP Physics B syllabus into two one-year courses Physics 1 and Physics 2, both of which are algebra based. AP Physics C continues to be a calculus based course divided into Physics C – Mechanics and Physics C – Electricity and Magnetism.

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### AP Physics 1 (Algebra based)

**1. Kinematics**

a. One dimensional motion: constant velocity and uniform accelerated motion

b. Vectors: components & resultant

c. Two dimensional motion: projectile motion

d. Forces & free body diagrams

e. Newton’s 1st Law

f. Newton’s 2nd Law

g. Newton’s 3rd Law

h. Applications of Newton’s 2nd Law (Inclines, Atwood’s, etc.)

**2. Circular Motion**

a. Uniform circular motion

b. Dynamics of uniform circular motion

c. Universal Gravitation

**3. Energy**

a. Work

b. Power

c. Kinetic energy

d. Potential energy (gravitational, elastic)

e. Conservation of Energy

**4. Momentum**

a. Impulse

b. Momentum

c. Conservation of Momentum

d. Elastic & Inelastic Collisions

**5. Rotational Motion**

a. Torque

b. Centre of Mass

c. Rotational kinematics

d. Rotational dynamics & rotational inertia

e. Rotational energy

f. Angular momentum

g. Conservation of angular momentum

**6. Simple Harmonic Motion**

a. Restoring forces

b. SHM Graphs

c. Simple Pendulum

d. Mass-spring systems

** 7. Mechanical Waves**

** **a. Traveling waves

b. Wave characteristics

c. Sound

d. Superposition

e. Standing waves on a string

f. Standing sound waves

**8. Electrostatics**

a. Electric charge & conservation of charge

b. Electric force: Coulomb’s Law

**9. DC Circuits**

a. Electric resistance

b. Ohm’s Law

c. DC Circuits

d. Series & Parallel Circuits

e. Kirchhoff’s Laws

### Physics 2 (Algebra based)

**1. Thermodynamics**

a. Laws of Thermodynamics

b. Ideal Gases

c. Kinetic Theory

**2. Fluid Statics and Dynamics**

a. Hydrostatic pressure

b. Buoyancy

c. Fluid flow continuity

d. Bernoulli’s equation

**3. Electrostatics (continued)**

a. Charge and Coulomb’s law

b. Electric field and electric potential (including point charges)

c. Electrostatics with conductors

d. Capacitors

**4. DC Circuits and RC Circuits**

a. Current, resistance, power

b. Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors only

c. Capacitors in circuits (steady-state)

**5. Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction**

a. Forces on moving charges in magnetic fields

b. Forces on current-carrying wire in magnetic fields

c. Fields of long current-carrying wires

d. Electromagnetic induction (including Faraday’s and Lenz’s Law)

**6. IV. Geometric and Physical Optics**

a. Interference and diffraction

b. Dispersion of light and the electromagnetic spectrum

c. Reflection and refraction

d. Mirrors

e. Lenses

**7. Quantum, Atomic and Nuclear Physics**

a. Photons, the photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, x-rays

b. Atomic energy levels

c. Wave-particle duality

d. Nuclear reactions (including conservation of mass number and charge)

e. Mass-energy equivalence

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