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AP® Physics 1 - Part 2: Rotational Motion


Provider
edX

Price
Free

School
Rice University

Type
University

Instructors
Matt Wilson, Gigi Noe, Jason Hafner

Categories
Physics, Physical Sciences

Duration
6 weeks

Format
Mixed

Language
English

Description
In this four-part series, we will explore AP Physics 1 concepts and prepare for the AP Physics 1 Exam in an exciting and entirely new way. Increase your skills – and your readiness – for the AP Exam though quality videos, inquiry labs, Hollywood-style Concept Trailers™, Direct Measurement Videos, AP problem-solving sessions and more! In Part 2: Rotational Motion you will learn how to describe rotational motion with kinematics and how torque alters an object’s state of motion. You will learn about rotational energy and angular momentum, and how their conservation laws affect motion. Gravitational forces between two bodies and the resulting motion will be described, as well as simple harmonic motion. The course will cover these physical concepts through lectures, demonstrations, labs, and problem solving strategies The enhanced AP Exam Prep PLUS 5 is bundled with the edX Verified Certificate. To get PLUS 5, register for the Verified Certificate. The course instructors will email you with directions for how to receive both the extra exam prep and certificate. You can view or download the complete College Physics for AP®Courses textbook by going to the Reading Assignments page in this course   *Advanced Placement® and AP® are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these offerings. Additional Courses in the Preparing for the AP Physics 1 Exam Sequence Preparing for the AP* Physics 1 Exam - Part 1: Linear Motion Preparing for the AP* Physics 1 Exam - Part 3: Electricity & Waves Preparing for the AP* Physics 1 Exam - Part 4: Exam Prep *Advanced Placement® and AP® are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these offerings.