 AP Physics B Review: Momentum, Energy, Springs, SHM, Torque, Center of Mass, Angular Momentum

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 Worksheets Work and Energy Springs: Force and Energy Linear Momentum SHM (#1) SHM (#2) Torque (moment arms) Angular Momentum Mechanics Review (conceptual) Mechanics Review (mathematical) CP Workbook Conservation of Energy Work and Energy Momentum Conservation of Momentum Momentum and Energy Momentum: Impulse vs Conservation Energy and Momentum Torque Beams Center of Gravity

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 Textbook Assignment Solutions ** IP restricted ** Set #6: Work and Energy    MC page 312 #1, 5, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17 ** Set #7: Work and Energy (Princeton Rev)    pg 69-70 #1-10 all ** Set #8: Springs    pg 349 MC #11,12,13    pg 350 #37,38,40 ** Set #9: Momentum and Impulse     pg 118 MC #1,4,8-12,15-17,19,20 ** Set #10: Momentum and Energy (Princeton Rev)     pg 87-88 MC #1-7,9,10 Set #11: SHM     pg 436 MC #11     pg 437 Problems #5,6,8,17,18,22 Set #12: Simple Pendulums     pg 437-8 Problems #23, 25, 26, 37 ** Set #13: Springs and SHM (Princeton Rev)     pg 161-162 #1-7 all Set #14: Torque and Rotational Equilibrium     pg 201 #31,33,37,39, 60
 p = mv T = 2p (m/k) Ft = Dmv T = 2p (L/g) Smvbefore = Smvafter pendulum: h = L - L cos q F = kx t = FL^ PEe = ˝kx2 SHM: y = A sin (2pft) kparallel = k1 + k2 w = 2pf kseries = (1/k1 + 1/k2) -1 ac = v2 / r amax = v2 / A W = fs cos q amax = kA/m Power = W/t = Fv v = 2pr/T vmax = 2pA/T = 2pAf KE = ˝mv2 T = 1/f projectiles: H | V chart vmax = x (k/m) horizontally: a = 0 and R = vHt L = Iw vertically: a = -g  plus the 5 kinematics equations v = rw PEg = mgh KErot = ˝Iw2 springs: slope of F vs x impulse area under F vs x momentum 4 conditions for SHM area under F vs t 2 conditions for linear equilibrium slope of mv vs t rotational equilibrium conservation of linear momentum torque conservation of energy moment arm elastic collisions moment of inertia inelastic collisions conservation of angular momentum ballistic pendulum

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