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This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1. In this course we will cover the topics of Mechanical Energy and Momentum. Subtopics include work, potential and kinetic energy, elastic potential energy, Hooke's law, conservation of energy, momentum, impulse, and conservation of momentum.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|Section 2: Energy|
Introduction to Energy
Energy 2 - Work
Energy 3 - Gravitational Potential EnergyPreview
Energy 4 - Kinetic Energy
Energy 5 - Springs - Elastic Potential Energy
Energy 6 - Power
Energy 7 - Conservation Of Energy and Example
Energy 8 - Conservation Of Energy With Springs
|Section 3: AP Only - AP Exam Review in Energy|
Mechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1981B1
Mechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1981B2
Mechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1982B3Preview
Mechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1986B2
Mechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1991B1
|Section 4: Momentum|
Momentum 1 - Introduction to Momentum
Momentum 2 - Momentum and Newton's 2nd Law
Momentum 3 - Impulse and Change in MomentumPreview
Momentum 4 - Conservation of Momentum
Momentum 5 - Conservation of Momentum Examples
Momentum 6 - Conservation of Momentum in Two Dimensions
|Section 5: AP Exam Review in Momentum|
Momentum Examples - AP Exam Review - 1976B2
Momentum Examples - AP Exam Review - 1978B2
Momentum Examples - AP Exam Review - 1983B2
Momentum Examples - AP Exam Review - 1984B2
|Section 6: Bonus Material!|
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Corey Mousseau is a highly qualified science teacher in New York State. He has plenty of teaching experience having taught Environmental Science, Chemistry, Middle school Science, Robotics, and predominantly Physics. Corey is incredibly passionate about physics having over ten years of experience teaching high school and AP physics.
Physics is often overwhelming for many students. Over the years Corey has mastered the art of exciting students into falling in love with this wonderful field of science. Through a blend of conceptual understanding, demonstrations, and quantitative analysis Corey has found the correct formula for engaging individuals into highly successful physics students.
Corey holds a degree in secondary education in physics as well as a master's degree in integrating technology in the classroom. He a high school Cross Country Coach, a Science Olympiad Adviser and coach, and a New York State Master Teacher. Corey has a lovely wife, two young boys, and teachers at Plattsburgh High School in upstate NY.