F=ma Problem Solving

This class reviews past F=ma and similar problems in a fast paced for intermediate to advanced students.

Student must have taken AP Physics C or the Basic level class and must be able to solve at least 10-12 problems on a past exam.

Newton Pendulum Demo Experiment
2023 Spring
Sat 14 Jan
Mon 16 Jan
Physics Online Camp
3 Daily Meetings. (Sat - Mon )
Jan. 14th to Jan. 16th
Between 8:00am and 3:00pm
America/Los_Angeles (PST)
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This Course Features
  • Live Interactive Instruction
  • Highly Experienced Teacher
  • Solid Curriculum for F=ma or AP exams
  • 18 hours of Teaching and Problem Solving
  • Minimum One Year Access to Course Materials
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IPhO Participant; College Prof.
Ali Ozer, M.S. Physics
+20 Years Teaching Experience
Background Math: Vectors, Trigonometry, Calculus
Newton's Laws
Rotational Kinematics
Rotational Dynamics
08:00 am Lecture90 minutes
09:30 am Break15 minutes
09:45 am Lecture90 minutes
11:15 am Lunch30 minutes
11:45 am Lecture90 minutes
01:15 am Break15 minutes
01:30 am Lecture90 minutes
Times shown are in Pacific Time Zone.

Student must have completed AP Physics C or taken the Basic course. It is expected that student can solve about 10 problems at a recent F=ma exam.