As the second-semester version of an algebra-based introductory physics course, AP Physics 2 exam levels up to topics beyond classical mechanics. That's right: Shmoop is modern. Shmoop is down with the lingo. We're all about quantum mechanics and special relativity, and we're hip to thermodynamics, electrostatics, circuits, and optics. It's like groundbreaking physicist Louis-Victor-Pierre-Raymond, 7th duc de Broglie once said: "Dude, finding new things is legit the actual best."
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Our guide to the AP Physics 2 exam is jam-packed with tips, tactics, and topics to help you prepare for the second boss of the AP Physics sequence. Unfortunately, we didn't have time to write you the lyrics of a song titled "Sweet Home, Ala-Gamma" to help you memorize the names and order of the different types of light in the electromagnetic spectrum, but we definitely thought about it.
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