- Create and solve AP Physics 1/2 problems
- AP Physics 1
- AP Physics 2
- SAT Physics
- AP Physics C Mechanics Supplement
- AP Physics C Electricity & Magnetism

Real-time copy of all tutoring handouts: on DropBox.

T.1 AP Physics 1 & 2 FRQ problem types.pdf

T.2 AP Physics 1 & 2 Problem scenario maker.pdf

T.3 AP Physics 1 Problem categorization.pdf

1.1 1-d Kinematics describe.pdf

1.2 1-d Kinematics graph interpretation.pdf

1.2.1 1-d Kinematics graph interpretation worksheet.pdf

1.3 SiQuENC 1-d Kinematics.pdf

2.1 Resolve 2-d kinematics.pdf

2.2 Vectors.pdf

2.3 SiQuENC 2-d Kinematics.pdf

3.1 Forces figures.pdf

3.2 Force and Newton's laws cribsheet.pdf

3.3 Spring force.pdf

3.4 SiQuENC Forces.pdf

3.5 Drag force.pdf

4.1 UCM cribsheet.pdf

4.2 UCM aIN deriv.pdf

4.3 SiQuENC Circular motion forces.pdf

4.4 Circular motion cribsheet.pdf

4.5 Gravitation.pdf

4.6 Elliptical orbits.pdf

5.0 Newt 2 can be re-expressed.pdf

5.1 Impulse delivered by a force.pdf

5.2 Not-necessarily-conservation laws.pdf

5.3 Parallels momentum energy.pdf

5.4 SiQuENC Impulse-momentum.pdf

5.5 Opt Momentum transfer.pdf

6.1 Center of mass cribsheet.pdf

7.1 Work done by a force.pdf

7.2.1 Potential energy.pdf

7.2.3 Spherical symmetry and potential energy functions.pdf

7.3 SiQuENC Work-energy.pdf

7.4 Types of collisions.pdf

8.1 Rotational kinematics and dynamics cribsheet.pdf

8.2 Torque concept.pdf

8.3 SiQuENC Torques and forces.pdf

8.4 SiQuENC Angular impulse-momentum.pdf

10.1 SHM cribsheet.pdf

10.2 SHM Ignoring gravity.pdf

10.3 SHM Graphs.pdf

10.4 Resonance.pdf

11.1 Waves.pdf

11.2 Speed of wave on string.pdf

11.3 Doppler.pdf

12.1 Electric charge and force.pdf

12.2 SiQuENC Charge transfer.pdf

12.3.1 Electric potential.pdf

12.4 Current.pdf

12.5 DC (equilibrated) operation.pdf

12.6 Laboratory precautions and measurements for DC circuits.pdf

12.7 SiQuENC DC Circuits.pdf

6.2.2 Potential energy landscapes.pdf

7.3 Fluid mechanics.pdf

7.4 Kinetic theory of ideal gas.pdf

12.3.2 Electric fields and potentials.pdf

12.8 Capacitors.pdf

13.1 Magnetism.pdf

13.2 Magnetism in materials.pdf

13.3 Mass spectrometer.pdf

14.1 Electromagnetism.pdf

15.1 Physical (wave) optics.pdf

16.1 Geometric (ray) optics.pdf

16.2 Specular and diffuse reflection.pdf

16.3 Raytracing to determine visibility.pdf

16.4 Mirror and lens ray approximations.pdf

16.5 Light interrupted.pdf

16.6 Snell's law.pdf

16.7 Total internal reflection.pdf

17.1 Quantum physics.pdf

17.2 Subatomic physics.pdf

18.1 Thermo first law.pdf

18.2 Thermo second law.pdf

5.2.2 Thermal expansion.pdf

6.2 Special relativity.pdf

6.3 Special relativity steps.pdf

15 Polarization.pdf

18.3 Heat engines.pdf

(Supplemental reference sheets to be used in combination with some of the sheets for AP Physics 1).

0.1 Calculus mini intro for AP Phy C.pdf1.1 1-d Kinematics describe calc.pdf

2.1 Vectors for AP Phy C.pdf

2.2 2-d Kinematics calc tiles.pdf

3.2 Force and Newton's laws cribsheet.pdf

5.3 Parallels momentum energy.pdf

5.4 SiQuENC Impulse-momentum.pdf

6.2 Mass-averaging over continuous mass distributions.pdf

7.1.2 Work done along a path.pdf

7.2.2 Potential energy landscapes calc.pdf

8.1 Rotational kinematics and dynamics cribsheet.pdf

8.4 SiQuENC Angular impulse-momentum.pdf

A.1 Spatial integrals for AP Physics C Mech.pdf

E1.1.1 SiQuENC Charge transfer.pdf

E1.2 Electric fields and potentials with calculus.pdf

E1.3 Conductors near equilibrium.pdf

E1.4 Gauss's law.pdf

E1.5 Capacitors.pdf

E2.1.1 Current.pdf

E2.1.2 DC (equilibrated) operation.pdf

E2.1.3 Laboratory precautions and measurements for DC circuits.pdf

E2.2 Informal and formal circuit analysis.pdf

E2.3 RC Charging.pdf

E2.3.1 Mnemonic for exponential decays.pdf

E2.4 Electromotive force.pdf

M1.1 Magnetism with calculus.pdf

M1.2 Magnetism in materials.pdf

M1.3 Solenoids.pdf

M1.4 Mass spectrometer.pdf

N1.1 Electromagnetism.pdf

N1.2 Inductors.pdf

N1.3 LR Increasing current.pdf

N1.4 LC and RLC.pdf

N2.1 Maxwell's equations.pdf

R1.2 How to make a painful precalculus problem.pdf

1.3 Calculating limits.pdf

1.4 Continuity and IVT.pdf

2.1 Derivatives.pdf

2.2.1 Derivatives of circle functions intuitive.pdf

2.2.2 Derivatives of circle functions.pdf

2.3 l'Hospital's rule.pdf

2.4 Extrema.pdf

2.5 Rolle & MVT.pdf

2.6 Derivative tests.pdf

2.7 Curve sketching.pdf

2.8 Related rates & Optimization.pdf

3.1 Definite integrals and area.pdf

3.2 RAM.pdf

3.2.2 TAM.pdf

3.2.3 Integration table.pdf

3.3.1 Fundamental theorem of calculus.pdf

3.3.2 Fundamental theorem of calculus flashcard.pdf

3.3.3 Fundamental theorem of calculus keeping track.pdf

3.4.1 Derivatives inverse functions.pdf

3.4.2 Exponentials and logarithms.pdf

4.1 Derivatives and integrals in kinematics.pdf

4.2 Using integrals for areas.pdf

4.3 Using integrals for volumes.pdf

4.4 IVPs and DEs.pdf

(Supplement for AB packet)

0.1 AP Calc BC Curriculum.pdf3.6 Integration by parts.pdf

3.7 Partial fractions and intro logistic growth.pdf

3.8 Improper integrals.pdf

3.9 Euler method.pdf

4.5 Parametric.pdf

4.6 Arc lengths and surfaces of revolution.pdf

4.7 Polar calculus.pdf

5.1 Series, tests, and remainders.pdf

5.2 Common Taylor series.pdf

5.3.1 Series calculus tricks Recognize summation.pdf

5.3.2 Series calculus tricks Obtaining series.pdf

1 Steps for parsing word problems.pdf

2 Steps for parsing LSAT logic games.pdf

1 Learning and applying for STEM and legal professions.pdf

2 Reading for STEM and legal professions.pdf

2.1 Quiz Reading like a lawyer.pdf

2.2 Precis assignment.pdf

2.3.2 Note-taking for proof-based courses.pdf

2.3.3 STEM SiQuENC cribsheet maker.pdf

4 Robotic reasoning for STEM and legal professions.pdf

4.0.1 Because worksheet.pdf

4.1 Quiz Reading math word problems.pdf

4.2 Proof writing.pdf

5.0 Generate knowledge.pdf

2.0 Composing essays.pdf

2.1 Expository structure.pdf

2.1 Forensics case table.pdf

2.2 Hierarchical taxonomy.pdf

2.3 Linked argument.pdf

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