AP Physics Lab 1: Measurement and Error

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Good beginning lab - The actual materials of the lab aren't anything to brag about (triple beam balance, dowels, string, rulers and calipers). The lab write-up itself is really nice though. It is a great introduction to measurement, significant figures, error, etc. It is a relatively quick lab for students to perform also, which is nice. I recommend it to teachers doing an AP Physics course.
WARD470018-112
470018-112KT 169.99 USD
470018-112
AP Physics Lab 1: Measurement and Error
Educational Materials Physics Educational Materials AP Physics Learning Activities
This lab shows students how to practice good data collection.

  • Ideal for AP, B and C, IB, and Advanced-Honors Physics Courses
  • Twenty-Four Experiments Included
  • Material for Six Students per Lab Group
  • Instructions Included
  • College Board AP Curriculum-Aligned Labs
The basis for any lab is good data-collection technique. In this lab, students gain hands-on experience in obtaining precise and accurate measurements, which provide the data for analysis of experimental results. Ideal for advanced-honors physics courses, AP B and C courses, and IB courses, these experiments are aligned with the College Board AP Curriculum.

An experienced AP Physics teacher authored the teacher's guides and student manuals. AP and the Advanced Placement Program are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board, which does not endorse these products and was not involved in the production of these products.

Ordering information: This kit includes six cylinders to measure, six Vernier calipers, six 30 cm rulers, string, and a triple beam balance. All labs come complete with instructions and materials for up to six students per lab group. Inquiry-based instructions are found in separate manuals.

Packaging: Labs are packaged to allow users to purchase only what is required for each experiment.



   
 

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