### AP EAMCET 2024 Physics Syllabus - List Of Chapters & Topics Available Here

**AP EAMCET 2024 Physics Syllabus -** The AP EAMCET 2024 exam is expected to be held in May 2024. The total marks for the exam are 160, with the Physics section accounting for 40 marks. The full syllabus for AP EAMCET Physics 2024, including all chapters and topics, is available here. The AP EAMCET 2024 syllabus is derived from the first and second-year Intermediate Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics syllabus. Therefore, candidates should pay equal attention to the first-year Intermediate course. With a well-planned study approach, one can cover the entire Physics syllabus in 30 days. All details about the AP EAMCET Physics syllabus can be found on this page.

##### AP EAPCET (EAMCET) Physics Syllabus 2024

The AP EAPCET 2024 Physics syllabus is based on the 10+2 curriculum. The state-level entrance exam, AP EAPCET, is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University, Kakinada.

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Chapter | Sub-Topics |
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Dimensions and Units, Measurements | Introduction – Dimensions and Units, measuring instruments Accuracy systematic errors Constant errors environmental errors Random errors Absolute Errors Gross Errors Relative Errors Addition Errors Percentage Errors Multiplication Subtraction Division Observed power Derived physical quantities and Fundamental Significant Figures System of Units Rules for writing units in SI submultiples of SI units and Multiple Derived units in SI Dimensional equations and Dimensional formula Principle of homogeneity of dimensions Discussion of one system of units and another |

Elements of Vector | Addition of vectors Classification of Physical quantities A geometrical representation of vectors Equality of vectors Unit vector in Cartesian coordinate system Subtraction of vectors Laws of vector addition Parallelogram law of addition of vectors Special cases Resolution of a vector into components Triangle law and polygon law of vectors Polygon law of addition of vectors Multiplication of vector with a scalar Motion of a boat across a river Product of two vectors- Examples of scalar product, properties of scalar product, examples of the vector product of two vectors – torque, angular velocity, and angular momentum, shortest path, shortest time, application to the relative motion of a boat in a river, Derivation of expression for the magnitude and the direction of the resultant vector. |

Kinematics | Introduction: Motion in a straight line – displacement, Instantaneous velocity, and average speed, Uniform and non-uniform motion, Velocity and speed Velocity-time and position-time graphs, acceleration due to gravity Equations of motion of an object vertically projected upwards from the ground, equation of trajectory, Vertical projection of an object from a tower, Projectiles – oblique projection from the ground, two angles of projection for the same range, range, Time of ascent, equations of motion of a freely falling body, equation of trajectory, time of the fight, velocity of the projectile (at any instant). |

Laws of motion | Introduction The law of inertia Aristotle’s fallacy Newton’s third law of motion, Common forces in mechanics Impulse Newton’s second law of motion Equilibrium of a particle kinetic and rolling frictions Friction Motion of a car on a level road Circular motion Motion of a car on a banked road Solving problems in mechanics |

Energy and Power, Work | Introduction, Work is done by a variable force The work-energy theorem Electrical Energy The concept of Potential Energy The Scalar Product Chemical Energy The Principle of Conservation of Energy Elastic and Inelastic Collisions Notions of work and kinetic energy Nuclear Energy Various forms of energy Heat Work The work-energy theorem for a variable force Power Collisions Kinetic energy The Equivalence of Mass and Energy Coefficient of Restitution and its determination Collisions in Two Dimensions The Potential Energy of a spring. |

Gravitation | Introduction Universal law of gravitation Kepler’s laws Acceleration due to gravity of the earth, central forces, Orbital Speed Gravitational potential energy Geostationary and polar satellites Acceleration due to gravity below and above the surface of the earth Escape speed Weightlessness |

Mechanical Properties of solids | Introduction Stress and strain Elastic behavior of solids Determination of Young’s Modulus of the Material of a Wire Shear Modulus Hooke’s law Elastic Potential Energy in a Stretched wire Stress-strain curve Bulk Modulus Applications of elastic behavior of materials |

Mechanical Properties of fluids | Introduction, Variation of Pressure with Depth Bernoulli’s principle Atmospheric Pressure and Gauge Pressure Pressure Blood Flow and Heart Attack Pascal’s Law Stokes’ Law Dynamic Lift Speed of Efflux Surface Energy and Surface tension Hydraulic Machines Torricelli’s Law Critical Velocity Capillary Rise Archimedes’ Principle Viscosity Variation of Viscosity of fluids with temperature Venturi- meter Streamline flow Drops and Bubbles Detergents and Surface Tension. |

Thermal Properties of Matter | Introduction Measurement of temperature Change of state Ideal-gas equation and absolute temperature Black body Radiation Temperature and Heat Radiation Heat transfer Specific heat capacity Latent Heat Thermal expansion Conduction Calorimetry |

Thermodynamics | Introduction Zeroth law of thermodynamics Specific heat capacity of water Thermal equilibrium First law of thermodynamics Internal Energy and work Heat engines Thermodynamic processes Specific heat capacity Heat Isobaric process Thermodynamic state variables and equation of State Refrigerators and heat pumps Cyclic process Isothermal Process Reversible and irreversible processes Carnot’s theorem Adiabatic Process Isochoric Process Quasi-static process |

Kinetic Theory | Introduction Specific heat capacity Molecular nature of matter Diatomic Gases Kinetic interpretation of temperature Kinetic theory of an ideal gas Behaviour of gases Boyle’s Law Charles’ Law Specific Heat Capacity of Solid Monatomic Gases Mean free path. |

Waves | Introduction The speed of a traveling wave Transverse and longitudinal waves Speed of a longitudinal wave Standing waves and normal modes Displacement relation in a progressive wave Doppler effect: source moving and observer stationery Wavelength, and angular wave number, both source and observer moving. |

Ray Optics and Optical Instruments | Introduction Sign convention The simple and compound microscopes Refraction through a prism A focal length of spherical mirrors Some natural phenomena due to sunlight, The rainbow The mirror equation Dispersion by a prism Reflection of light by spherical mirrors Combination of thin lenses in contact Refracting telescope, and Cassegrain reflecting telescope |

Wave Optics | Introduction Coherent and incoherent Huygens principle The Doppler effect Interference of light waves, and Young‘s experiment Polarisation- polarisation by scattering, polarisation by reflection |

Electric Charges and Fields | Introduction Coulomb’s law Forces between multiple charges Electric field Electric field due to a system of charges, the physical significance of electric field, electric field lines, electric flux, electric dipole. |

##### AP EAMCET Physics Important Topics 2024

For the AP EAMCET Physics exam in 2024, there are several crucial topics that candidates should focus on, based on trends from previous years. However, it’s important to note that the emphasis on these topics may vary each year.

Chapter | Weightage (Approx) |
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Thermodynamics | 9% |

Physical World | 1% |

Waves | 4% |

Motion in a straight line | 3% |

Waves Optics | 3% |

Laws of Motion | 5% |

Work, Energy, and Power | 6% |

Electromagnetic Induction | 3% |

Semiconductor Electronics | 3% |

Gravitation | 4% |

Mechanical Properties of Solids | 2% |

Mechanical Properties of Fluids | 3% |

Thermal Properties of Matter | 3% |

Units and Measurements | 2% |

Motion in a Plane | 5% |

Kinetic Theory | 2% |

Ray Optics and Optical Instruments | 3% |

System of Particles and Rotational Motion | 6% |

Electric Charges and Fields | 3% |

Oscillations | 4% |

Current Electricity | 4% |

Moving Charges and Magnetism | 5% |

Magnetism and Matter | 2% |

Atoms | 2% |

Alternating Current | 3% |

Electromagnetic Waves | 2% |

Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter | 3% |

Nuclei | 3% |

Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance | 4% |

Communication Systems | 3% |