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AP Physics C: Mechanics

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Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Constant acceleration (velocity)






2. Rotational Inertia






3. Angular momentum






4. Angular position






5. Constant circular acceleration (position)






6. Constant circular acceleration (velocity)






7. Work (integral)






8. Torque (angular momentum)






9. Force






10. Gravity






11. Constant acceleration (position)






12. Torque (force analog)






13. Freefall






14. Simple harmonic motion (velocity)






15. Impulse (integral)






16. Conservative forces






17. Shells






18. Dot product






19. Torque






20. Work (angular)






21. Constant circular acceleration (no time)






22. Cross product






23. Equilibrium






24. Non-conservative forces






25. Elastic collisions






26. Potential energy (gravity)






27. Frequency/Period






28. Kinetic energy (rotational)






29. Potential energy (spring)






30. Angular acceleration






31. Gravitational force






32. Force (radial)






33. Angular velocity (spring SHM)






34. Work






35. Spring force






36. Simple harmonic motion (acceleration)






37. Constant acceleration (no time)






38. Rotational inertia (sphere)






39. Kinetic energy






40. Impulse






41. Angular velocity






42. Force (momentum)






43. Frictional force






44. Rockets






45. Simple harmonic motion (position)






46. Conservation of momentum






47. Mechanical energy (SHM)






48. Rotational inertia (disc)






49. Parellel axis theorem






50. Inelastic collisions