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## AP European History Period 3 Review Questions and Discussion Pt.2

Just as a note to my readers out there, this post is a bit longer than usual, so it is split into two parts. You are now reading Part 2. Make sure to have read Part 1 before reading this second part. Stimulus 3 “Union between the monarchs is the basis of the policy...

## AP European History Period 3 Review Questions and Discussion Pt.1

Source Introduction Welcome to Period 3! There is much to cover in this section as there is ALOT going on in this era. From the creation of Germany and Italy to the colonization of Africa and even the establishment of a dual monarchy in the now Austrian-Hungarian Empire, the 19th century is hectic and...

## AP Physics 1 Review - Vectors and Kinematics

Introduction - Vector Properties and 1D Kinematics Recall that vectors are any quantity with both a magnitude and direction. Magnitude represents how long the vector is, and is often denoted analytically in an equation by an absolute value symbol, |x|. Indicating both magnitude and direction is usually done by one of two ways: 1)...

## AP US History Period 4 Review Questions and Discussion

Source APUSH: Period 4 (1800-1848) Introduction Welcome to United States History Period 4! In this series, we will cover a multitude of topics and themes crucial to the development of the United States. Period 4 encompasses much of the early history of the United States before social and political tensions lead to increased hostility...

## AP Calculus AB / BC Big Idea Review - Limits

Introduction A limit is the value that a function takes as it approaches a certain point. For continuous functions, this is the value of the function itself. However, for discontinuous functions, limits can have interesting implications. In other words, if the function is continuous: $$\lim_{x \to a} f(x) = f(a)$$ When a...