Can You Score a 5 in AP Physics?

So, you think you made it through college? It's time to take a trip down memory lane back to physics class. What may seem like such a difficult subject is extremely vital to our world. From the equations to the concepts, there's a lot to remember! If you know mass from volume, then this is the quiz for you!

Can you identify a missing value from any equation? Do you know the many terms of measurement and units that are needed in the subject? Do you know the meaning of the symbols and characters used in equations and charts? Math is only part of the subject, but make sure that you know it well to get a great score on this quiz!

Do you know the big names in the world of physics? What about the terms, concepts, and equations that they contributed to the subject? Do you know which terms used in physics were named after these intelligent people? We all know Einstein, but you'll need to know more key names as well!

So, if you think you have what it takes to pass a college-level physics course, then now is your time to shine. Take the quiz to see how much you really know about the fascinating world of physics!

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What does the capital letter "T" stand for in an equation?

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So, you know how to find force. What about acceleration?

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What does a capital "K" stand for in an equation?

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What is the equation for the area of a rectangle?

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Is it true or false that Laplace's Law can be used in a variety of different areas?

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What equation is used for measuring how long a projectile is in the air?

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What is the formula for magnetic force?

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Who is responsible for the theory of relativity?

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The first mathematical-based form of physics came from where?

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Is it true or false that the equation for buoyancy is Fb=pgV?

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What does a rotation curve of a galaxy measure?

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What does a capital "V" stand for in an equation?

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What does Kelvin measure?

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Which of the following is measured in mole?

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Is it true or false that there are multiple equations for free falling?

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What is the missing element in the equation for Newton's Law of Motion? F=__a

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What does a lower case "x" stand for in an equation?

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Which of the following is an equation by Einstein?

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What is a joule?

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Is it true or false that the equation for impulse is I=Ft?

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What is drag?

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What does the symbol of a triangle mean?

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Which equation is used to measure magnetic fields?

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What formula is used to measure density?

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Is it true or false that the equation for flow rate is Q=tps2?

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What is an ohm?

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If you want to convert Kelvin to Celsius, what do you do?

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What is absolute zero?

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What is the formula W=mg for?

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Is it true or false that I=vr is the equation for velocity?

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What does this equation calculate? EOT= GHA - GMHA

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Which symbol is used to represent a pico?

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On what sense does the Doppler Effect impact?

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Is it true or false that the photo electric formula is hv=Ee+W?

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Who was responsible for the quantam theory?

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