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2023 AP Free Response Solutions

Updated: Dec 15, 2023

Here's my own PDF solutions for the released 2023 AP exams for AP Calculus, Statistics, and Physics. If you're looking for help in AP Physics 1, check out a new course I've put together here AP Statistics


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AP Calculus AB



AP Physics C: Mechanics


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AP Physics C: E&M


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AP Physics 1

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ew.hegg053
15. Mai 2023

On the ap physics 2 first frq part cii where the angles are ranked, I believe that angles 1 and 3 cannot be equal as the angle of incidence in angle 3 is lower than in angle 1 making angle 3 smaller than angle 1.

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Allen Tsao
Allen Tsao
16. Mai 2023
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You guys should take my suggestion and actually work out the math. I get that yes angle 2 will be less, but the difference in index of refraction is less too. Here I worked out the math for you with specific numbers I made up. But it'll work for any values of index of refractions and angles.


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Buncho Wills
Buncho Wills
14. Mai 2023

Could question 2-C on AP physics 1 talk about rotational inertia of the wheels, thus making the cart accelerate slower? Would that have been what they were looking for?

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Allen Tsao
Allen Tsao
15. Mai 2023
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It's possible. However, the rolling of wheels like that implies friction is present. And they didn't want you to talk about friction.


So if they wanted that as a reasoning, I think they should not have had you exclude friction as something you can talk about.


The rotation of the wheels is probably what they wanted you to factor in. But I have a problem with the exclusion of friction.

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Tony Nguyen
Tony Nguyen
12. Mai 2023

The pdfs uploaded under AP Physics C: Mechanics are the pdfs for AP Physics C: E&M, not mechanics.

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Allen Tsao
Allen Tsao
12. Mai 2023
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Thanks. I fixed that.

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Ayush Garg
Ayush Garg
12. Mai 2023

also, in the 3e of set 1 for E and M, isn't there charge on capacitor 1 causing a voltage drop.

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Ayush Garg
Ayush Garg
12. Mai 2023
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yup that makes sense thanks for that clarification

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Ayush Garg
Ayush Garg
12. Mai 2023

Hi. I was looking at your solution to set 1 of the E and M guide, and correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the capacitance of capacitor 2 2c. I don't see where you took that into account

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Allen Tsao
Allen Tsao
12. Mai 2023
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Ohh you're right. You're talking about how I didn't carry over the 2 in my work:


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