## 2021-2022 Foundations of Science IV - AP Physics C: Mechanics

The items on this page are additions to everything on the normal FOS4 webpage. In other words, you need to do everything there and everything here. Enjoy!

- Actually, I think you can skip all the FOS4 Practice Problems and instead do all of the APC Practice Problems. 😬

## Tutorial Level - AP Physics C: Mechanics Addendum

After you have competed the FSO4 Tutorial Level Quiz:

- APC [3] (13:17) Derivative Introduction
- APC [3] (7:24) The Derivative and Uniformly Accelerated Motion Equations
- APC [3] (11:14) The Derivative and a Demonstration of Position, Velocity and Acceleration
- APC Practice Problems 01 - Introductory Concepts and 1D Motion - Solutions

## Free Fall Level - AP Physics C: Mechanics Addendum

After you have completed the FOS4 Free Fall Level Quiz:

- APC Practice Problems 02 - Free Fall - Solutions

## Two Dimensional Motion Level - APC: Addendum

After you have completed the FOS4 Two Dimensional Motion Level Quiz:

- APC [3] (12:31) Component, Unit, and R Position Vectors
- APC [3] (4:46) Using the R Position Vector to find Velocity and Acceleration
- APC [3] (5:52) Nerd-A-Pult using Unit Vectors
- APC [3] (9:32) Nerd-A-Pult #2 using Unit Vectors
- APC Practice Problems 03 - 2D Motion - Solutions
- APC Lab - Projectile Motion of the Drinking Fountain

## Relative Motion and Newton Level - APC: Addendum

After you have completed the 6 Relative Motion videos (4 mandatory and 2 optional) in the FOS4 Relative Motion and Newton Level:

*[this is different than before!]*- APC Practice Problems 04 - Relative Motion - Solutions
- APC Multiple Choice Practice Problems 01-04 - through Relative Motion
- APC Practice Test 01-04 - through Relative Motion - Solutions
- APC Test 01-04 - through Relative Motion
- After you have completed the above test, complete the rest of this FOS4 level.
- APC [3] (9:28) Using Unit Vectors to find Acceleration, Mass, and Velocity of 3 Forces

## Friction and Friction on Inclines Levels - APC: Addendum

After you have completed both the FOS4 Friction and Friction on Inclines Levels:

- APC Lab - Kinetic Friction
- APC [3] (9:28) Using Unit Vectors to find Acceleration, Mass, and Velocity of 3 Forces
- APC [4] (20:28) An incline, 2 masses, and a pulley. What could be more fun?
- AP1 [2] (6:59) Do Your Feet Affect How Far You Slide on a Water Slide?
- APC [4] (15:59) What is Terminal Velocity? How Do We Find It?
- AP1 [5] (22:00) A Brief Look at the Force of Drag using Numerical Modeling (or The Euler Method)
- APC [3] (8:42) Demonstrating and Solving for Drag Coefficient
- APC [3] (12:34) Effects of Drag Force on Free Fall
- APC Lab - Coffee Filters
- APC Practice Problems 05 - Laws of Motion - Solutions
- APC Practice Problems 06 - More Motion and Drag Froce - Solutions Update!!
- APC Multiple Choice Practice Problems 05-06 - through Relative Motion - Update!!
- APC Worksheet 05-06 - Laws of Motion and Drag Force - Solutions Update!!
- APC Practice Test 05-06 - through Drag Force - Solutions Update!!
- APC Test 05-06 - through Drag Force Update!!

## Work and Energy and Power & Wf Levels - APC: Addendum

After you have completed both the FOS4 Work and Energy and the Power and Work due to Friction Levels:

- APC [3] (15:11) Work as the Dot Product
- APC [3] (18:30) Integral Introduction via Work
- AP1 [2] (9:35) Hooke's Law Introduction - Force of a Spring
- AP1 [2] (5:46) Determining the Spring Constant, k, with a Vertically Hanging Mass
- AP1 [2] (5:51) The Human Spine acts like a Compression Spring
- APC [3] (9:27) Work done by a Spring - Deriving Elastic Potential Energy
- APC [4] (7:54) Deriving the Work-Energy Theorem using Calculus
- APC [3] (6:11) Work Energy Theorem Example Problem
- APC [3] (10:24) Finding the Force on a Ball from a Dent
- AP1 [5] (12:45) Net Work equals Change in Kinetic Energy Problem by Billy
- APC [3] (15:13) Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
- APC [3] (8:14) Conservative Force and Potential Energy
- APC [2] (7:15) Energy Transferred Into and Out of a System
- AP1 [2] (13:38) Energy Systems Clarified
- APC [3] (14:52) Example of Energy Transferred Into and Out of a System
- APC [1] (1:04) Stable, Unstable and Neutral Equilibrium
- APC [5] (6:59) Calculating Average Drag Force on an Accelerating Car using an Integral
- APC [3] (5:23) Power and Calculus
- APC [3] (10:27) Power using Derivative and Unit Vectors - Example
- APC [3] (4:54) From Power to Work using an Integral - Example
- APC Practice Problems 07-08 - Work, Energy, Power, Springs - Solutions
- APC Multiple Choice Practice Problems 07-08 - Work, Energy, Power, Springs

LATER!!

- APC [5] (22:20) Deriving Motion Equations with Drag Force
- APC [5] (17:55) Time Constant and the Drag Force