# AP Physics

This AP Physics Course allows for mastery of fundamental principles, from vectors and scalars to the complexities of electromagnetism and energy conservation.

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AP Physics is a course designed to challenge your understanding and application of physics in the world around us. In this course, virtual missions not only deepen your comprehension of physics principles but also hone your problem-solving skills in dynamic, real-world scenarios. From guiding astronauts on Mars using vectors and scalars to navigating electrical circuits, each unit is crafted to provide a comprehensive learning experience that is both engaging and educational.

**Vectors, Scalars, and Newton's Laws of Motion**

First, you'll start with the basics of vectors and scalars, learning how to differentiate between these quantities and apply them to solve practical problems in outer space missions. This foundational knowledge will set the stage for more complex concepts such as forces, motion, and energy conservation. You'll explore Newton's laws of motion, delve into the principles of momentum and collisions, and determine Kepler's laws and the behavior of planets.

**Electricity, Energy, Experiment with Waves **

Explore buoyancy, the Ideal Gas Law, and the principles underlying electrical circuits and resistance. You'll experiment with Ohm's law, build your own circuits, and understand how electrical systems work. The course also covers the electromagnetic spectrum, allowing you to explore the uses and dangers of electromagnetic waves and their application in modern technology. You can learn aspects of the quantum realm, exploring the photoelectric effect and the principles of fission and fusion, which hold the key to understanding both natural phenomena and the potential for future energy sources. The course rounds off with a look at the fundamental concepts of wave mechanics, light, and optics, providing you with the tools to analyze and predict the behavior of waves in various media.

## Learning Objectives

- Differentiate and apply vectors and scalars to real-world problems
- Understand and use Newton's laws of motion to analyze motion and forces
- Explain energy conservation principles and their applications in mechanical systems
- Describe the behavior of gases under different conditions using the Ideal Gas Law
- Apply Ohm's law and circuit design principles to build and analyze electrical circuits
- Explore the electromagnetic spectrum and understand the applications and risks of electromagnetic waves
- Grasp the quantum mechanics principles underlying the photoelectric effect, fission, and fusion
- Analyze wave phenomena, including reflection, refraction, and polarization, and their application in optics and photography

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## AP Physics 1

### Vectors and Scalars: Guide two astronauts on a mission to Mars

### Newton's First Law of Motion: Balanced and unbalanced forces

### Newton's Second Law of Motion: Speed and Acceleration

### Forces and Free-body Diagrams: Learn how to navigate a drone

### Collisions: Elastic and inelastic forces

### Newton's Law of Gravitation: Mathematical expression of gravitational force

### The Gravitational Field: The aliens are coming

### Kepler's laws: Explore the orbits of other worlds

### Coulomb's Law: Electrifying electrostatics

### Conservation of Energy (Principles): Unleash the roller coaster's potential

### Springs and Masses (Principles): Learn how to detect and record earthquakes

## AP Physics 2

### Applications of Buoyancy: floatation

### Ideal Gas Law: Introduction

### Electrical Resistance: Apply Ohm's law to simple circuits

### Magnetic Fields

### What are waves?

### Light and Polarization: Learn from Einstein the properties of light

### Electromagnetic Spectrum (Principles): Uses and dangers of electromagnetic waves

### Wave Model of Light (Principles): Use reflection and refraction to take photos

### Introduction to Radioactive Decay

### Fusion: The Future of Energy

### Fission: Discover a powerful energy source

### The Photoelectric Effect: How Solar Panels Generate Renewable Energy

## AP Physics C

### Basic Electricity: Understand how electricity works

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