AP Free Response Question
2002 Form B - B2
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Topic Formulas
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centripetal acceleration
friction
gravitational potential energy
Hooke's Law
Newton's 2nd Law
Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation
period of a simple pendulum
period of a spring
potential elastic energy
uniform acceleration - displacement and instantaneous velocity
uniform acceleration - instantaneous position
uniform acceleration - instantaneous velocity
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The Antelope
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The Golf Game
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The Spring Phling
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2D Projectiles
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Falling and Air Resistance
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Force and Acceleration
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Freefall
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Inertia
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Net Force
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Newton's Law of Motion: Friction
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Non-Accelerated and Accelerated Motion
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Satellites: Circular and Elliptical
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Static Equilibrium
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Tensions and Equilibrium
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Tossed Ball
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Up and Down
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Air Resistance #1
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Apex #2
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Work and Energy Practice: Forces at Angles
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