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Name: Free Response Question #2  AP Physics 1  2015 Exam Solutions Category: Exam Prep Date Added: 20160330 Submitter: Flipping Physics Want Lecture Notes? Content Times: 0:15 The initial setup 0:55 The initial circuit diagram 1:37 Part (a) 3:24 Part (b i) 3:55 Part (b ii) 4:26 Part (c i) 5:23 Part (c ii) 5:49 Part (d) AP Physics 1 Review Videos Next Video: Free Response Question #3  AP Physics 1  2015 Exam Solutions Previous Video: Free Response Question #1  AP Physics 1  2015 Exam Solutions Multilingual? Please help translate Flipping Physics videos! 1¢/minute AP® is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product. Link to The 2015 AP Physics 1 Free Response Questions Free Response Question #2  AP Physics 1  2015 Exam Solutions

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Students will independently determine the resistivity of an unknown material (PlayDoh) using common electrical equipment available in the lab. Students have been introduced to Ohm’s Law and the Resistance of a Resistor formulas previously, and have had a very brief introduction to building electrical circuits from a schematic from the “Resistivity” Lab. Students have also used ammeters and voltmeters in the resistivity lab, though all the equipment is still quite unfamiliar. The goal of this activity is to reinforce Ohm’s Law and the resistance equation in a practical sense, while guiding the students to develop their own experimental procedure and analysis in an inquirybased format. The added challenge of students working with circuit schematics to design and build their own circuits will also provide them a head start into our next activities, focused on series and parallel circuit analysis. Objectives: CIR.A2 I can utilize Ohm’s Law to solve for current, voltage, and resistance. CIR.A3 I can calculate the resistance of a conductor CIR.B3 I can use voltmeters and ammeters effectively Materials: PlayDoh Ammeter Voltmeter DC Power Supply Connecting WiresFree 
File Name: Inquiry Lab  Resistivity of PlayDoh File Submitter: FizziksGuy File Submitted: 27 Feb 2014 File Category: Electricity Students will independently determine the resistivity of an unknown material (PlayDoh) using common electrical equipment available in the lab. Students have been introduced to Ohm’s Law and the Resistance of a Resistor formulas previously, and have had a very brief introduction to building electrical circuits from a schematic from the “Resistivity” Lab. Students have also used ammeters and voltmeters in the resistivity lab, though all the equipment is still quite unfamiliar. The goal of this activity is to reinforce Ohm’s Law and the resistance equation in a practical sense, while guiding the students to develop their own experimental procedure and analysis in an inquirybased format. The added challenge of students working with circuit schematics to design and build their own circuits will also provide them a head start into our next activities, focused on series and parallel circuit analysis. Objectives: CIR.A2 I can utilize Ohm’s Law to solve for current, voltage, and resistance. CIR.A3 I can calculate the resistance of a conductor CIR.B3 I can use voltmeters and ammeters effectively Materials: PlayDoh Ammeter Voltmeter DC Power Supply Connecting Wires

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Overview: Basic introduction to Ohm's Law lab in which students utilize a voltage source, an ammeter, and varying resistors to determine the resistance of each resistor. Calculated (empirical) resistance is then compared to the printed resistance, illustrating the variation in electrical components. Materials: Voltage source Switch Ammeter 5, 10, 20ohm resistors connecting wiresFree 
File Name: LAB: Ohm's Law File Submitter: FizziksGuy File Submitted: 19 Apr 2013 File Category: Electricity Overview: Basic introduction to Ohm's Law lab in which students utilize a voltage source, an ammeter, and varying resistors to determine the resistance of each resistor. Calculated (empirical) resistance is then compared to the printed resistance, illustrating the variation in electrical components. Materials: Voltage source Switch Ammeter 5, 10, 20ohm resistors connecting wires
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