This is Physics.
Simple Harmonic Motion,
Waves, and Sound
Chapters 13 and 14
Period and Frequency
These two terms are even more important for this
unit on waves!
Period (T)- the time it takes to complete one cycle
Frequency (f)- the number of cycles pe
ELECTROSTATICS
CHAPTERS 19 AND 20
CHARGE
Why does charge exist?- subatomic particles
Protons- positive charge
Neutrons- zero charge (neutral)
Electrons- negative charge
Charge is measured in the units of Coulombs (C)
THE FUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF CHARGE
M
Torque,
Circular Motion, and
Gravitation
Chapters 6, 11, and 12
Circular Motion Vocab Review
Period (T )- the amount of time it takes to complete
one orbit
Frequency (f)- the number of cycles or orbits per
unit of time. ex: (Hz, rpm)
Circumference- dis
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
CHAPTER 21
VOLTAGE- BATTERIES
Voltages are what makes circuits and
other things involving electricity work.
A voltage is a change in electric
potential, so its always measured
across TWO points.
The variable is V and the unit is a Vol
Rotational Kinematics
Rotational Movement: things that SPIN!
Often times the movement
well be examining is
rotational AND translational,
but well always start nice
and simple by looking at
objects that are only
rotating.
A fundamental assumption
that well
REVIEW: HOOP RACE
Two hoops of equal mass start at rest on the same
inclined plane. Hoop 1 has a radius of R and Hoop 2 has
a radius of 2R. Which hoop will reach the bottom first?
Justify your answer.
Hint: This answer is more
than just a moment of
inerti
the Bullseye Lab
You have probably watched a ball roll off a table and strike the floor. What determines where it
will land? Could you predict where it will land? In this experiment, you will roll a ball down a
ramp and determine the balls velocity with a
Rotational
Dynamics
Review Question:
Little Billy is on a carousel and is frightened by his
speed on the outer horse (a distance of 6 m from the
central axis). So, he moves to a dragon that is 3 m from
the central axis. How does his tangential speed chang
This is Physics.
What is a force?
What can exert a force?
What types of forces do
you know?
Forces
Chapters 5 and 6
Exclude Section 6.4
Test Friday 9/14
What is a force?
A
force is a push or pull from one object
to another object
Most forces are contact
AP Physics 1 Review Pacing Guide
You should start your review for the AP exam ASAP! The exam is on Wednesday 5/3 at 12 PM. Over
Spring Break, go back through your notes and review the concepts and practice problems. You are
welcome to come any time to rev
PsychSim5: Hunger and the Fat Rat
PsychSim 5: HUNGER AND THE FAT RAT
This activity provides a simulated experiment on weight regulation in rats.
The Hypothalamus
What are the two techniques used to study hypothalamic dysfunction? How do they differ?
Stim
Eben 1
Erin Eben
Mr. Keyser
AP Physics I
16 May 2016
The Compton Effect and Quantum Mechanics
On September 10, 1892, Otelia and Elias Compton and their two sons welcomed the
eerie-looking Arthur Holly Compton into the world (of Wooster, Ohio). Compton had
update ecocolumn log book - add pages to TOC
Log Book Table of Contents Updated All sections should be set up and I, II, III, IV A/B, V, VI 1,
VII A & B 1-5 should be completed by Wednesday 10/7/15 for a project lab grade and quiz.
I.
Title Page pg 1
II.