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AP Problem Sets

2014 Test: Monday, May 12; 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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(taken from AP Physics Course Description and correlated with OHS textbook)

(includes links to the course description guide, learning objectives, and exam resources.)
Problem Sets and Answer Keys
Applicable Models
(Honors Physics curriculum)

Detailed Solutions
Problem Set 1 - Motion in a Straight Line
Constant Velocity, Constant Acceleration
Problem Set 1 Solutions
Problem Set 2 - Vectors
Constant Velocity, Equilibrium
Problem Set 2 Solutions
Problem Set 3 - Motion in a Plane
Constant Velocity, 2D Motion
Problem Set 3 Solutions
Problem Set 4 - Force and Motion I
Equilibrium, Constant Net Force
Problem Set 4 Solutions
Problem Set 5 - Force and Motion II
Constant Net Force, Central Force
Problem Set 5 Solutions
Problem Set 6 - Work and Kinetic Energy
Constant Net Force, Energy
Problem Set 6 Solutions 
Problem Set 7 - Potential Energy / Conservation of Energy
Constant Net Force, Energy
Problem Set 7 Solutions 
Problem Set 8 - Systems of Particles
 Problem Set 8 Solutions 
Problem Set 9 - Collisions
 Problem Set 9 Solutions 
Problem Set 10 - Rotation
Constant Velocity, Constant Acceleration, Constant Net Force, Energy, Central Force
Problem Set 10 Solutions 
Problem Set 11 - Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum
 Problem Set 11 Solutions 
Problem Set 12 - Equilibrium
Equilibrium
Problem Set 12 Solutions 
Problem Set 13 - Gravitation
Energy, Central Force
Problem Set 13 Solutions 
Problem Set 14 - Oscillations
Energy
Problem Set 14 Solutions 


Practice Test Questions
10 sample multiple choice questions can be found on pgs. 35-39 of the AP Physics Course Description.
There are 35 multiple choice question on the exam.  You should complete 35 question in 45 minutes.  At that pace, you should complete the 10 sample problems in 13 minutes.
Detailed solutions to the sample multiple choice questions.
3 sample free response questions found on pgs. 40-42 of the AP Physics Course Description.
There are 3 free response questions on the exam.  Each will have multiple parts and the parts are not necessarily weighted equally.  You should complete the 3 free response questions in 45 minutes.
Detailed solutions to the sample free response questions.