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Physics B Practice Exam
From the 2013 Administration
Revised April 2014
This Practice Exam is provided by the College Board for AP Exam preparation. Teachers are
permitted to download the materials and make copies to use with their stude
CT9-1
At a particular instant, two asteroids in inter-galactic space are a distance r = 20 km
apart. Asteroid 2 has 10 times the mass of asteroid 1.
The magnitudes of the accelerations of asteroids 1 and 2 are a1 and a2, respectively.
a1
What is the ratio
JAVA Electrostatics Lab
Name
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Go to http:/phet.colorado.edu/simulations/index.php?
cat=Electricity_Magnets_and_Circuits
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ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER.
1. Click on Balloons and Static Electricity - Click on Run Now - WAIT PATIENTL
1
Chapter 1 Functions and Their Graphs
1.1 Lines in the Plane
1. Given below is the graph of line L passing through (1, 1) and ( 0, 2 ) . Line L is part of the family
y kx + ( k 1) = 0 .
(a) Find the x intercept of line L.
(b) What is the slope of the lin
1
Chapter 2 Polynomial and Rational Functions
2.1 Quadratic Functions
1. Given is the graph of f ( x ) = x 2 + 2x 3 .
(a) Find the x intercepts of f ( x ) = x 2 + 2x 3 . Show work.
( )
(b) Let g ( x ) = f x . Determine, whether g ( x ) is even, odd, or ne
Chapter 9 Notes
Section 9.1 Circles and Parabolas
Conic sections are derived from the general conic form equation Ax 2 + Bxy + Cy 2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 .
2
2
The equation of circle with center ( h, k ) and radius r is ( x h ) + ( y k ) = r 2
1. Find the equ
1
Chapter 6 Additional Topics in Trigonometry
Section 6.1 Law of Sines
1. Derive the Law of Sines for AAS, ASS, ASA .
2. In triangle ABC sin A =
1
2
, a = 6 , and sin B = find b and cos A .
4
3
3. Solve each triangle.
(a) Triangle PQR, P = 64, p = 32, and
Unit 6 Practice Test Rotation Name
AP Physics
Your quiz will consist of 2 sections a multiple choice and a free response section. You will get 30 minutes total. You
will be allowed to use a calculator and AP equation sheet for both sections.
The value
AP-PHYSICS-1 Mechanics
Quick View Syllabus and Pacing Plan
(Complete Syllabus details can be viewed on our Class Web Page)
Standards:
College Board Standards, NGSS and CCSS (All are aligned)
Course Content:
1
2
3
4
5
Kinematics
Dynamics: Newtons laws
Circ
CHAPTER 13WATER RESOURCES
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Most of the water in the Colorado River comes from which of the following sources?
a. Great Salt Lake
b. snow melt in the Rocky Mountains
c. glaciers in Canada
d. aquifers in Wyoming
e. lakes in Montana
ANS: B
Chapter 18
Air Pollution
Summary
1.
The layers of the atmosphere are the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere.
2.
Major classes of air pollutants include carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds,
suspended particu
CHAPTER 12FOOD, SOIL, AND PEST MANAGEMENT
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. The human population continues rapid growth. Each day, how many more people must be fed?
a. 50,000
b. 76,000
c. 121,000
d. 224,000
e. 353,000
ANS: D
PTS: 1
DIF: Easy
TOP: 12-0 Core Case Study
2.
Ch 6 Critical Thinking
1.
Do you think that the problems resulting from Chinas one-child policy (Core Case Study) outweigh
the problems of overpopulation that likely would have resulted without some sort of population growth
regulation? Can you think of o
Position, Velocity, Acceleration Lab
Purpose To track the position, velocity and acceleration of an object in order to further
understand the relationship among those three quantities.
Materials- rolling object, metal rods (rails), supports, motion sensor
AP Physics C: Rotation II
(Torque and Rotational
Dynamics, Rolling Motion)
Problems
1980M3. A billiard ball has mass M, radius R, and moment of inertia about the center of mass Ic = 2 MR/5
The ball is struck by a cue stick along a horizontal line through
Energy Lab Write Up
Goal
Determining relationships amongst height, velocity, mass, kinetic energy, and potential energy.
Procedure
1. Set up the ramp near the edge of the table, but leave some room for the ball to be in
contact with the table.
2. Practice