The 2018 AP Physics 1 exam involved an experimental graph to determine resistivity of an unknown material. Interestingly, so did the 2017 AP Physics 2 exam. This week's podcast deconstructs the problem and rubric from the 2017 P2 problem, including digressions about:
* writing procedures
* how I feel about formal lab reports (i.e. don't do them unless you're truly dedicated to the process)
* BAD GRAPHS
* the 1/4 page or 1/2 page rule for graphs
* how I feel about science fairs (i.e. don't do them unless you're truly dedicated to the process)
Click on this link to listen to this week's podcast.
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