## AP-Physics C Mechanics

There are over 400 interactive simulations and videos for the AP-Physics C Mechanics course:

## Kinematics |
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Vectors | (56 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Motion in 1D | (88 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Projectiles, 2D Motion | (23 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

## Newton's Laws |
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1st Law - Static Equilibrium | (10 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

2nd Law - Dynamics of Single Particle | (14 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

3rd Law - Systems of Objects | (10 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Newton's Laws (general) | (68 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

## Work, Energy, Power |
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Work, Work-Energy Theorem | (6 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Forces and Potential Energy | (6 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Conservation of Energy | (6 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Power | (4 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

## Momentum, Center of Mass |
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Center of Mass | (6 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Impulse and Momentum | (13 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Collisions, Conservation of Momentum | (22 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

## Circular Motion, Rotation |
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Circular Motion (Uniform) | (15 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Torque, Rotational Statics | (14 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Rotational Kinematics, Dynamics | (9 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Angular Momentum, Conservation of | (9 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

## Oscillations, Gravitation |
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Simple Harmonic Motion | (14 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Mass on Spring | (8 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Pendulum, other oscillations | (10 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Newton's Law of Gravity | (10 Interactive resources / videos) | ||

Orbits of Planets, Satellites | (19 Interactive resources / videos) |

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