AP Physics 1 – Part 1

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Master AP Physics 1 and get the score you want in this clear, concise, and in-depth course! This course will teach you everything, from kinematics to energy to momentum, and consists of lectures and practice problems for each unit. This is the first part of the entire AP Physics 1 course, covering the first portion of the curriculum units. Each unit has specific videos with hand-picked problems to supplement the lectures, making the overall learning process easy, efficient, and effective.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to AP Physics 1
  • Unit 1: Kinematics
  • Unit 2: Dynamics and Forces
  • Unit 3: Circular Motion and Gravitation

About the Instructor:

Kenny is a senior at Irvington High School, having already taken the AP Physics 1 exam with a score of 5. Utilizing the information and experience he has learned from taking AP Physics 1, he teaches the tips and tricks to do well on the exam. Kenny is passionate about helping others through STEM, whether it be volunteering to teach the elderly how to use technology or tutoring others. Kenny is also deeply engaged in computer science and its applications, often working on multiple related activities. Additionally, Kenny is the Director of Physics at AlgoSTEM.

AlgoSTEM is a non-profit organization led by Arushi Gupta and Akshaj Gupta that aims to increase accessibility to STEM education. Through its free online courses, AlgoSTEM has taught over 30,000 students worldwide. AlgoSTEM instructors are experienced and knowledgeable about various subjects including computer science, math, and various sciences.

Along with having multiple Udemy courses, AlgoSTEM has a popular YouTube channel called Algorythm that covers solutions to coding problems including those from Leetcode, Codeforces, Codechef, and various math competitions.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand motion through kinematics and forces
  • Define Newton’s three laws and their applications in the real world
  • Relate energy and momentum to moving objects
  • Identify the various types of forces acting on an object
  • Comprehend rotational vs translational motion
  • Calculate values of forces such as friction, tensions, centripetal
  • Know graphical relationships between physics variables
  • Master physics equations, their applications, and their purposes


No physics experience is needed, but math level should be at least Algebra 2. This course and AP Physics 1, in general, require Algebra, but this course will teach all the physics you need to know to succeed on the AP exam.

Who this course is for:

  • Students interested in self-studying for the AP Physics 1 exam
  • Students interested in extra practice material and lectures for the AP Physics 1 exam
  • Students interested in learning more about physics

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