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Contents
Part II What You Need to Know About the AP Physics Exam  11 
Part III PhysicsSpecific TestTaking Advice  29 
Part IV Comprehensive Review  63 
Part V Practice Exams and Solutions  283 
Appendixes  351 
About the Authors  368 
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