Advanced Tutoring @eTutorWorld: AP Physics C Tutoring
AP Physics C (Mechanics + Electricity & Magnetism)
Both the AP Physics C courses serve as a strong foundation in physics for students majoring in the physical sciences or engineering during their college years.
Who can take up the AP Physics C Courses?
• Students who have the knowledge of the introductory college physics courses.
• A previous or concurrent course in calculus is often required of students taking Physics C.
What is the AP Physics Course C all about?
• The AP Physics course C covers two major areas: mechanics, and electricity and magnetism, with equal emphasis on both. Students may take either or both the AP Physics C exams, and separate grades are reported.
• Although fewer topics are covered in Physics C than in Physics 1 & 2, they are covered in greater depth, including calculus applications.
What does a student get at eTutorWorld?
• At eTutorWorld, we design approaches that best fit the needs of our students so the goals of the course are met.
• Students are able to read, understand, and interpret physical information – verbal, mathematical and graphical.
• Students learn to describe and explain the sequence of steps in the analysis of a physical phenomenon or problem.
• Students use basic mathematical reasoning to solve a physical problem.
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AP Physics C (Mechanics)
1. Kinematics and dynamics in one and two dimensions
a. Kinematics and Vectors including non-constant acceleration
b. Projectile motion
c. Circular motion (kinematics)
d. Newton’s Laws
e. Problem solving with Newton’s Laws
f. Retarding forces and pseudo forces
2. Work, Energy, and Momentum
a. Work and energy in one to three dimensions
b. Work for varying forces and non-conservative forces
c. Momentum and collisions in one to three dimensions
d. Center of Mass and the center of mass reference frame
3. Rotational Kinematics and Dynamics
a. Rotational Kinematics
c. Moment of Inertia requiring integration
d. Kinetic energy of rotating objects
e. Conservation of Angular momentum
g. Statics, Solving problems with Newton’s Second Law in its rotational form
4. Gravitation, Simple Harmonic Motion
a. Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
b. Finding the gravitational force via integration
c. Oscillations and Simple Harmonic Motion
AP Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism)
a. Electric charge and its properties
b. Coulomb’s laws
c. The Electric Field
d. Gauss Law
e. Electric Potential
f. Problem solving in Electrostatics, requiring integration to find fields and forces
2. Current and Electronic Circuits
a. Capacitors and Dielectrics
b. Electric current
c. Ohm’s Law
d. Resistance and Resistors
e. Electric Circuits Kirchoff’s Rules and solving circuit problems
a. The Magnetic Field
b. Force on currents and charged particles moving through a Magnetic field
c. Sources of Magnetic field, requiring integration to find fields and forces
d. Ampere’s Law
4. Induction, Maxwell’s Equations and AC circuits
a. Magnetic induction and EMF
b. Lenz’s Law
c. Inductance and Mutual Inductance
d. Introduction to Maxwell’s Equations
e. Alternating Current circuits (RC, LR, LRC)
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