AP Physics 1 Fundamentals

AP Physics 1 Fundamentals

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Section 1

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An object has positive acceleration. Is it speeding up, slowing down, or not enough information to tell?

Back

how hard it is to rotate something

Front

What does "rotational inertia" mean?

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slope

Front

How do you get acceleration from a v vs. t graph?

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fg cos (theta)

Front

Which component of Fg is always perpendicular to the ramp?

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parallel

Front

The voltage across resistors in ______ must be the same.

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static: not moving kinetic: moving

Front

The difference between static and kinetic friction is:

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inwards (towards center)

Front

An object is moving in a circle at a constant speed. What is the direction of the net force?

Back

V=IR

Front

What is the equation for Ohm's Law?

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Zero

Front

A ball is thrown straight up in the air. When it gets to the highest point, is the velocity upwards, downwards, or zero?

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A fourth (1/r^2)

Front

Doubling the distance between two charges changes the force between them by a factor of _______.

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the medium it travels through

Front

What determines the speed of a mechanical wave?

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yes (change in direction)

Front

An object is moving in a circle at a constant speed. Is is accelerating?

Back

elastic

Front

In what type of collision is kinetic energy conserved?

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1) change in energy 2) W = F x d

Front

What are two expressions for work?

Back

when dealing with large things (planets, stars, etc)

Front

When would it be more appropriate to use 𝐹_𝑔=(πΊπ‘š_1 π‘š_2)/π‘Ÿ^2 when looking for gravitational force?

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parallel

Front

Adding resistors in ______ makes the equivalent resistance decrease.

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series

Front

Adding resistors in ______ makes the equivalent resistance increase.

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downwards

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A ball is thrown straight up in the air. When it gets to the top, is the acceleration upwards, downwards, or zero?

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middle (equilibrium)

Front

A mass vibrates on a spring. Where is its velocity greatest?

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slope

Front

How do you get velocity from a x vs. t graph?

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250 N

Front

What is the weight of a block with a mass of 25 kg?

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45 kg

Front

What is the mass of a block with a weight of 450 N?

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series

Front

The current through resistors in ______ must be the same.

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1) change in momentum 2) J = F x t

Front

What are two equations for impulse?

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Energy Linear Momentum Angular Momentum Charge

Front

These 4 quantities must ALWAYS be conserved:

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reciprocals (inverse of each other)

Front

What is the relationship between frequency and period?

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Fg sin (theta)

Front

Which component of Fg is always parallel to the ramp?

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length

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What is the only factor that affects the period of a pendulum?

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change in velocity

Front

What is the definition of acceleration?

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integral (area under curve)

Front

How do you get position from a v vs. t graph?

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height

Front

For any projectile shot straight forward, what determines the time it takes to hit the ground?

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Electron (1.6x10-19 C)

Front

What is the smallest possible unit of charge?

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a net force

Front

What causes acceleration?

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top and bottom

Front

A mass vibrates on a spring. Where is its acceleration greatest?

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