We also covered most of those concepts (gas laws, basic fluid dynamics, coefficients, etc.) when I took Gen Chem, and I didn't have any trouble learning them in that class, either.
In fact, it was extra-easy to learn and ace those concepts when I took physics the first time.
What is even more ironic is that the teacher I'm re-taking physics 1 with has said that he might just skip the chapter that covers gas laws and fluid dynamics, because he considers that subject matter to be part of chemistry and not physics. Oh, the irony... here am I re-taking physics 1 to improve my chances at getting accepted to AA school, and we're not even going to learn the portion of the material that is actually relevant to AA school. LOL!