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B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

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AP Alumni
Where Are They Now?

Education is not a product in and of itself, but
a process  by  which  you  can  become a
critical thinker and an adept problem solver
in society. It is clear that to become a top
athlete, one  must  practice very hard. The
same is true for developing  a  great  mind,
it’s only 1% about smarts and 99% about

hard work, as Einstein once opined.
A  popular  slogan  often  seen  in  grade

school asserts, “Failure is not an option.”
However, I prefer to say, “Quitting is not

an option,” because failure is

sometimes beyond our control.


1. AP Calculus AB
2. AP Calculus BC
3. AP Physics 1
4. AP Physics 2
5. AP Physics CM
6. AP Physics CEM

   Why AP Courses?

U.S. Forecast for STEM* Jobs

The National Exam

AP Course Offerings

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* Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

“The United States has developed as a global leader, in large part, through the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers, and innovators. In a world that’s becoming increasingly complex, where success is driven not only by what you know, but by what you can do with what you know, it’s more important than ever for our youth to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to solve tough problems… These are the types of skills that students learn by studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—subjects collectively known as STEM.” (Source: U.S. Department of Education)

Khan Academy

Physics DEMOS:

Gravitational Potential Energy
Spring Constant
Kinetic Energy
Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem
Energy Conservation: Pendulum-1
Energy Conservation: Pendulum-2
Energy Conservation: SPRING
Energy Conservation: 2D Motion-1
Energy Conservation: 2D Motion-2
Energy Conservation: Roller Coaster

Uniform Circular Motion
Centripetal Acceleration-1
Centripetal Acceleration-2
Centripetal Force
Rolling Cup

Net Force
Rope Tension
Gym Ropes
Force Diagrams
Forces on Incline
Newton’s Laws
Forces in elevator

Cause of Motion
Contact Force-1
Free Body Diagram-1
Free Body Diagram-2
Free Body Diagram-3
Normal Force
Law of Inertia
Contact Force-2
Newton’s 2nd Law
Newton’s 3rd Law
Newton’s 2nd & 3rd Law
Atwood’s Machine

Velocity as Slope
Acceleration as Slope-1
Acceleration as Slope-2

Position vs. Time
Motion Graphs for an Accelerating Car
Match the Motion
Galileo’s Big Idea
Free Fall
Upward  Throw
Frame of Reference-1
Frame of Reference-2
Relative Velocity-1
Relative Velocity-2

Vector Translation
Vector: Graphical Addition
Vector Subtraction
Vector: Scalar Multiple
Vector: Algebraic Addition

Constant Vx
Velocity Components
Parabolic Trajectory
x-vs-y Graph


Ch 1. Limits
1.2a 1.2b 1.2c 1.2d
1.3-a 1.3-b 1.3-c 1.3-d
1.4-b 1.4-c 1.5 3.5a

Ch 2. Differentiation
2.1b 2.1c 2.1d 2.1e
2.1f 2.1g 2.2a 2.2b 2.2c
2.3a 2.3b 2.3c 2.4a 2.4b
2.5b 2.5c 2.6a 2.6b