Barron's AP Physics C: Advanced Placement Examination
Updated to reflect the most recent Advanced Placement exams, this new edition presents a diagnostic test and two full-length Physics C practice tests with questions answered and explained. Physics C problems, as designed by the Educational Testing Service, are those that require use of calculus for their solutions. In addition to practice exams, this manual presents a detailed review of AP physics topics, which include Newtonian mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and all other related AP test topics. Additional aids for test takers include a general overview of the AP exam, study advice, test-taking tips, and an Appendix of Physics C equations.
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