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## Guidance on Paragraph-Long Responses

## Guidance on Uncertainty/Error Analysis

## Tables of Data and Equations

The College Board provides these tables during AP exams. We will be using these all year. The Physics 2 Tables are also provided for use at the end of the year.

### Download the Physics 1 Tables

### Download the Physics 2 Tables

### AP Calculator Policy

Policies regarding calculators and equation sheets may be found here.

Become familiar with the AP website at https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse/.

## The Curriculum from the College Board

These resources are available for those who wish to take a deeper dive beyond what is in the syllabus.

Download the “Big Ideas” for Physics 1 and Physics 2 (1 page)

Download the “Science Practices” for Physics 1 and Physics 2 (7 pages)

Download the “Enduring Understandings, Essential Knowledge and Learning Objectives” organized by “Big Idea” for Physics 1. (7 pages)

Download the “Enduring Understandings, Essential Knowledge and Learning Objectives” organized by “Big Idea” for Physics 2. (7 pages)

The next document is a course description for AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2. It is a huge 242 page document! However, reviewing the *Concept Outline* and the *Big Idea* sections can be very useful.

You may create a PDF version of the on-line book yourself. However, since, on the first day, the book was not available due to the web site being down, I am making it available here. Remember that this is copyrighted material. You may use it for yourself, but you may not distribute it to others.

## PhET Simulations by the University of Colorado – Boulder

Great simulations for

### APlusPhysics

The APlusPhysics website has many useful resources.

### Cutnell & Johnson

Problem sets from *Physics, Sixth Edition* by Cutnell & Johnson may be found here.