Tuesday, May 3, 2011


It's almost time for the AP exam.  Our intrepid AP Physics C: Mechanics students took to the school's lobby windows with whiteboard markers for a little review.  Basically, I threw classic derivations and popular situations from the AP exam at them, and they showed (everyone) what they knew. 

Those drag integrals were a bit rusty, but I think that we got them worked out - they show up frequently on the AP exam!

BTW, these are a beast to take pictures of!


  1. These photos are great. Thanks for sharing them with the physics whiteboards site. It occurs to me that you could really do some neat photos by drawing on a sheet of plexiglass in front of various scenarios—like working an expression for air pressure as a function of height in front of a picture of clouds, etc.