Stuff you must UNDERSTAND to make a 3 or above on the AP Physics 2 exam.

AP Physics 2

• Thermodynamics: laws of thermodynamics, ideal gases, and kinetic theory

• Fluid statics and dynamics

• Electrostatics: electric force, electric field and electric potential

• DC circuits and RC circuits (steady-state only)

• Magnetism and electromagnetic induction

• Geometric and physical optics

• Quantum physics, atomic, and nuclear physics

AP Physics 2

• Thermodynamics: laws of thermodynamics, ideal gases, and kinetic theory

• Fluid statics and dynamics

• Electrostatics: electric force, electric field and electric potential

• DC circuits and RC circuits (steady-state only)

• Magnetism and electromagnetic induction

• Geometric and physical optics

• Quantum physics, atomic, and nuclear physics

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