## AP Macroeconomics

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1.1 Intro to Macroeconomics

1.3 Supply & Demand

1.4 Changes in Supply and Demand

2.1 Gross Domestic Product

2.2 Unemployment

2.3 Inflation

3.1 Aggregate Demand

3.2 Aggregate Supply

3.3 Aggregate Supply & Demand

3.4 Fiscal Policy & The Multiplier

4.1 Saving, Investment & the Financial System

4.2 The Definition & Time Value of Money

4.3 Banking & Money Creation

4.4 The Federal Reserve & Monetary Policy

4.5 The Money Market

4.6 The Market for Loanable Funds

5.1 Budget Deficits & the National Debt

5.2 Inflation & Unemployment

6.1 Economic Growth

6.2 Balance of Payments

7.1 Foreign Exchange Market

8.1 Major Graphs Review

## AP Physics C: E&M

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1.1 - Electric Charge & Coulomb's Law

1.2 - Electric Fields

1.3 - Gauss's Law

1.4 - Electric Potential & Electric Potential Energy

1.5 - Electric Potential Due to Continuous Charge Distributions

1.6 - Conductors

1.7 - Capacitors

2.1 - Current & Resistance

2.2 - Circuits I: Series Circuits

2.3 - Circuits II: Parallel Circuits

2.4 - RC Circuits: Steady State

2.5 - RC Circuits: Transient Analysis

3.1 - Magnets

3.2 - Moving Charges In Magnetic Fields

3.3 - Forces on Current-Carrying Wires

3.4 - Magnetic Fields Due to Current-Carrying Wires

3.5 - The Biot-Savart Law

3.6 - Ampere's Law

3.7 - Magnetic Flux

3.8 - Faraday's Law & Lenz's Law

4.1 - Inductance

4.2 - RL Circuits

4.3 - LC Circuits

5.1 - Maxwell's Equations

## AP Statistics

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1.1 - Constructing & Interpreting Graphs

1.2 - Summarizing Distributions of Univariate Data

2.1 - Correlation & Regression

2.2 - Regression, Part II

3.1 - Planning & Conducting Surveys

3.2 - Planning & Conducting Experiments

4.1 - Probability Overview

4.2 - Intro to Probability for Discrete Random Variables

4.3 - Discrete Random Variables

4.4 - Combining Independent Random Variables

4.5 - Normal Random Variables

5.1 - Sampling Distributions

6.1 - Confidence Intervals

6.2 - Hypothesis Testing

6.3 - The T Distribution

6.4 - Two Samples

6.5 - Hypothesis Testing of Least-Squares Regression Line

6.6 - Hypothesis Tests for Categorical Data (Chi-Squared Tests)

## AP Microeconomics

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1.1 - Intro to Economics

1.2 - Producton Possibilities Frontier

1.4 - Utility Maximization

2.1 - Price & Quantity

2.2 - Supply & Demand

2.3 - Price Controls

2.4 - Price lasticity of Demand

2.5 - Income, Cross-Pric & Supply Elasticities

2.7 - Production Function & Firm Costs

2.8 - Long-Run Costs & Economies of Scae

3.1 - Perfect Competition

3.2 - Monopoly

3.3 - Monopoly & Public Policy

3.4 - Oligopoly & Game Theory

3.5 - Monopolistic Competition

4.1 - Factor Markets

4.2 - Laor Supply & Cost Minimization

5.1 - Positive & Negative Externalities

5.2 - Public vs. Private Goods

5.3 - Income Inequalty & Income Distribution

## AP Physics C: Mechanics

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1.1 - What is Physics?

1.2 - Math Review

2.1 - Describing Motion I

2.2 - Describing Motion II

2.3 - Projectile Motion

2.4 - Circular & Relative Motion

3.1 - Newton's First Law & Free Body Diagrams

3.2 - Newton's Second & Third Laws of Motion

3.3 - Friction

3.4 - Retarding & Drag Forces

3.5 - Ramps & Inclines

3.6 - Atwood Machines

4.1 - Work

4.2 - Energy & Conservative Forces

4.3 - Conservation of Energy

4.4 - Power

5.1 - Momentum & Impulse

5.2 - Conservation of Linear Momentum

5.3 - Center of Mass

6.1 - Uniform Circular Motion

7.1 - Rotational Kinematics

7.2 - Moment of Inertia

7.3 - Torque

7.4 - Rotational Dynamics

7.5 - Angular Momentum

8.1 - Oscillations

9.1 - Gravity & Orbits