AP Physics Quizzes & Trivia
Newtonian mechanics, fluid dynamics, electricity and magnetism, heat exchange, particles and waves, optics, and atomic structure – has anyone figured out the physics of cramming all that into your brain at one time to make sure you’re ready for your Advanced Placement Physics test?
Whether you’re feeling fairly assured in your ability to carefully calculate a correct coefficient of friction, or you want a review of reflection and refraction, or even if you’re starting to feel troubled about the basic trigonometry training you should have in place to take on a test like this, we have help for you. Take our AP Physics quizzes today to practice and perfect your knowledge of nuclear fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, and non-equilibrium thermodynamics.
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Sample QuestionAn object originally at rest is uniformly accelerated along a straight-line path to a speed of 8.0 meters per second in 2.0 seconds. What was the acceleration of the object?
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 129 | Last updated: Dec 11, 2019
Sample QuestionIn the figure above, according to Kepler’s laws of planetary motion,
Questions: 21 | Attempts: 88 | Last updated: Jan 29, 2013
Sample QuestionAll of the following are required for LEED certification EXCEPT: (Choose 2)
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Sample QuestionA ball is whirled on a string, then the string breaks. What causes the ball to move off in a straight line?
Questions: 8 | Attempts: 100 | Last updated: May 17, 2016
Sample QuestionThe equation for net force is F(net) = m_
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 88 | Last updated: Dec 11, 2019
Sample QuestionWhen calculating the gravitational force between two extended bodies, you should measure the distance
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Sample QuestionWhat is the name of the area separating the casing and the content block called?