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An AP physics equation sheet is a list of equations addressing the content areas on which the AP test focuses. A new list is produced each year, and there are different equation sheets for AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2 and ... More »

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The speed of an object is equal to the distance it travels divided by the amount of time it takes to travel the distance. This actually measures the average speed; instantaneous speed is the speed of an object at a given... More »

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Some examples of MCAT physics equations include the equation for law of gravitation, which is F = Gm1m2/r^2; the equation for centripetal force, which is F=mv^2/r; and the equations for potential energy, such as PE = mgh... More »

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Students usually learn AP physics by completing a course during high school. Activities in an AP physics course include reading a college-level physics textbook, completing laboratory experiments and solving mathematical... More »

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The AP Chemistry formula sheet includes commonly used equations and values of constants that may be needed for the exam. The formula sheet also includes the abbreviations for different units found in exam problems. The d... More »

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Some examples of MCAT physics equations include the equation for law of gravitation, which is F = Gm1m2/r^2; the equation for centripetal force, which is F=mv^2/r; and the equations for potential energy, such as PE = mgh... More »

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Common questions found on a 12th-grade physics test include those about light and optics, such as whether light travels through all transparent media at the same speed. Wave and sound questions could include asking wheth... More »

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