# Advanced Physics 1 Lab Manual (Digital)

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## Product Summary

This experiment guide covers the latest standards for College Board Advanced Placement Physics.

• Every lab is based on the College Board Learning Objectives.
• Data Analysis and Assessment Questions are designed to prepare students for the AP® Physics 1 exam
• Every lab employs the same strategies found in free-response questions on the AP® exam
• Includes editable student handouts.

Prepare your students for inquiry investigations in the physics lab. Each lab is presented in three ways:

• Structured
• Guided Inquiry
• Student-designed

You decide which level of inquiry is appropriate for each lab. Each lab includes teacher resources:

• Pre-lab discussion and questions
• Procedural overview
• Teacher tips
• Sample data
• Assessment and synthesis questions
• Extended inquiry suggestions

How-to videos are included with the manual, on the PASCO web site, YouTube, and can even be installed on your computers. These videos focus on setting up the labs and getting the most from your PASCO sensors and equipment.

### Experiments

There are 15 investigations in the Advanced Physics 1 Experiment Guide. 9 can be performed using the PS-3813 Equipment Kit. The remainder can be performed by adding the PS-3814 Expansion Kit.

Lab Title Equipment Kit
PS-3813
Expansion Kit
PS-3814
IB Standards AP Standards
1 Graphical Analysis: Motion 2.1 3.A.1.1; 2; 3
2 Newton’s Second Law 2.2 3.B.1.1; 2; 3; 3.B.2.1
3 Atwood’s Machine 2.2 3.B.1.1; 2
4 Coefficients of Friction 2.2 3.C.4.1; 2
5 Two Dimensional Motion: Projectiles 1.3; 2.1 3.E.1.3; 4
6 Conservation of Mechanical Energy 2.3 5.B.4.1; 2
7 Work and Kinetic Energy 2.3 4.C.2.1; 2
8 Conservation of Momentum 2.4 5.D.1.3; 5.D.2.2; 4
9 Momentum and Impulse 2.4 3.D.2.3; 4
10 Rotational Dynamics B.1 3.F.2.1; 2; 3.A.1.3
11 Rotational Statics B.1 3.F.1.1; 2; 3; 4; 5
12 Periodic Motion: Mass and Spring 4.1; 9.1 3.B.3.1; 2; 3; 4
13 Simple Pendulum 4.1; 9.1 3.B.3.1; 2; 3
14 Resonance and Standing Waves 4.5; B.4 6.D.3.4; 6.D.4.1; 2
15 DC Circuits 5.1; 5.2 1.B.1.2; 5.B.9.2; 3; 5.C.3.1