Yes, it's a 27.5 minute long video. There's a lot of learning in there!
Usually I create roughly 1 video per week. In order to provide y’all with solutions to the relevant past released AP Physics 1 exams, over the last 7 weeks I have made 14 videos. It’s been a wild ride, however, the ride has come to a complete and total stop. Please raise your lap bar, unbuckle your seatbelt, and exit the ride to your left. Thank you for joining us at Flipping Physics. Good luck on the AP Exams!
2019 #3 Free Response Question - AP Physics 1 - Exam Solution
This is an Experimental Design Question which is also good for AP Physics C: Mechanics.
2019 #2 Free Response Question - AP Physics 1 - Exam Solution. This is a Quantitative/Qualitative Translation question which is also good for AP Physics C: Mechanics.
Thank you to Ms. Carrieri’s Bakersfield Christian AP Physics 1 class for letting me “Zoombomb” their class today! Actually, here were THREE Zoombombs today! (Ms. Carrieri’s youngest daughter, who is taking AP Physics next year, photo bombed my Zoombomb. Well played!)
2012 #2 Free Response Question - AP Physics C: Mechanics - Exam Solution
Yep, I make physics videos in the hope that you can learn physics. If you are a physics teacher, I am very hopeful that you will want to use them to help flip your physics class.