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AP* Calculus AB, The Complete Course

by Mark Sparks

THIS IS AN UPDATE THAT NOW HAS A COMPLETE ANSWER KEY! Thank you for your patience over the past year as I have had to redo this collection after a technological disaster.
Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of m

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Calculus: Review Foldable

by Jean Adams

Here's an awesomely fun Calculus Review Foldable (R) that you can use from the beginning of the year to the end-year BLITZ! Whether you teach Early Transcendentals or not...build the pages one at a time, them connect them all at the end.
More Calculus available at my store. I enjoy and appreciate y

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Circuit Training - The Last Circuit! (calculus)

Download and use this at the end of your calculus course. Fun! The answers lead from one question to the next in a scavenger-hunt fashion. No calculuator needed. 12 questions.

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Limits Bingo

by MrsCookKHS

Students evaluate limits and find their answers in the squares on the BINGO board. First one to find a "BINGO" wins!

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Trigonometry Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers

Trigonometry Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers
Three graphic organizers for the trigonometric functions:
• Sine
• Cosine
• Tangent
The graphic organizers include domain, range, continuity, symmetry, local maxima and minima, periods, asymptotes, intervals of increase and decreas

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Limit Joke Worksheet

by MrsCookKHS

Evaluating Limits Joke Worksheet. Students solve limit problems and answer will reveal the punchline to a joke.

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Beginning of year letter to parents

by Cathy Giron

This is the beginning of the year letter I send home to all families. Feel free to edit and make changes to reflect your classroom and school. Enjoy!
***Please rate me******

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AP Calculus Stuff You Must Know Cold

by Jean Adams

Grab this great STRIVE 4 A FIVE, STUFF YOU MUST KNOW COLD handout. It is an adaptation from Sean Bird's material at Covenant Chrisitan. There are six pages of everything important for the AP CALCULUS AB STUDENT to know backwards and forwards. It's a handy reference sheet. Get your students ready from

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How Algebra II Students Can Learn the Basic Concepts of Calculus

I've used this video to hope my algebra II students see that calculus is actually just varsity math. They learned the idea of slope in Algebra I and (differential) Calculus is merely an extension of that.

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Calculus: Rates of Change and Limits - Warm-Ups

The videos are to be used as a PREVIEW of the next day’s lesson. This helps students come to class with some prior knowledge before the lesson is taught. The warm-ups are given as a quick way to check and see if each student watched the short videos.
There are several benefits to this metho

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Calculus Finding Derivatives - Great Practice - 2 versions

by Joan Kessler

Great Review of Finding Derivatives for your AP Calculus, Honors, or College Calculus 1 classes. This resource includes two versions of a handout, each with twenty - two well chosen representative questions, one in multiple choice format and the other in free response format, all with answer key

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Graphic Organizer - Limits

by Vanessa Moon

This graphic organizer was made after out school got bit by the "Max Thompson" bug. We are working hard to implement Learning Focused Strategies. Research shows that students who learn with graphic organizers are better prepared for assessment. My students did better on their test than in years pa

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Introduction to Limits

by InquiSoft

In this worksheet, students are presented with a graph and asked to evaluate several limits based on that graph. Right and left-hand limits are included, and the graph features jump and removable discontinuities as well as vertical asymptotes resulting in infinite limits. This is an introductory acti

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Limits Placemat

by MrsCookKHS

A cute placemat activity over limits that can be used as a warm-up or review.

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Calculus: Just 4 Things Activity

by Jean Adams

This FREE activity is designed to help your Calculus students with their year-end review of the four procedures that need no work shown using a graphing utility. There are 17 questions that cover these four procedures.
1. Graphing a function in an arbitrary window.
2. Finding zeros of a function.
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AP* Calculus AB, The Complete Course ANSWER KEY

by Mark Sparks

THIS IS AN ANSWER KEY TO THE UPDATED COMPLETE COURSE Thank you for your patience over the past year as I have had to redo this collection after a technological disaster.
Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of my

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GNAW: The Rule of Four

by Jean Adams

Here is a THANK YOU GIFT FOR 1000 FOLLOWERS! I truly appreciate your support. There is a GNAW Foldable© , created for Algebra 1 or 2 students to introduce the concept of analyzing functions.
You will also find 5 different levels of GNAW activities using the Rule of Four approach to analyzing functio

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Solving Limits Analytically

by Vanessa Moon

This lesson plan outline considers limits and an analytical approach to solving them. This includes, but is not limited to the direct substitution method, the rationalizing technique, and simplifying.

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Derivatives Placemat

by MrsCookKHS

Cute placemat type activity that can be used as a warm-up or for review.

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Calculus: Graphing the Derivative of a Function on a TI 83 Graphing Calculator

by Joan Kessler

This easy to follow handout helps you teach your students to use the TI Graphing Calculator to graph the derivative of a function on the TI Graphing Calculator 83 or 84. Easy to follow - already used successfully with hundreds of students and also in TI's official Teacher Teaching with Technology T-

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Recognizing Multiple Representations of Linear Relationships

by James Kiefer

This product is a good overview of Linear Relationships and how to recognize them in symbolic form (equations), tabular form (tables), graphical form (graphs), and contextual/verbal form (words/stories). It can be used as an overview for units on Linear Relationships. I've used it as a review for up

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Calculus: Toothpicks on a Tangent Line (Freebie)

by Jean Adams

Here's a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. You might like to use this before teaching my lesson on The Derivative and Tangent Line

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End of Year Math Project - I can teach __________!

So it is the end of the year. You're burnt out. The kids are burnt out. But you need to review for the Final Exams/End of Year Testing. Here is a great project for your students that will get them engaged and have them reviewing the material without the class getting bored with the same old examples.

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Calculus Back to School Ice Breaker - Fun activity

by Joan Kessler

Calculus Back to School Engaging Ice Breaker.
This activity is designed as a first week and maybe even first day warm up. So many Calculus students get very nervous about remembering all they learned from last year and start the school year stressing.
Break the ice with this small group Task C

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Introduction to Slope Fields

by InquiSoft

This worksheet asks students to match nine differential equations with their corresponding slope fields. This activity is intended as a practice exercise or formative assessment for use in the early stages of students' work with slope fields. An answer key is included with this worksheet.

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Flow chart for solving quadratic equations

by Latha Sanjai

This flow chart gives a structured way to solve a quadratic equation. I came up with this after noticing that even my pre-calculus and calculus students spent a lot of time (when they reached a quadratic equation) trying to factor. If the students use this regularly, they will remember the method and

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Understanding Numbers Venn Diagram

by Dr Stornetta

This extended venn diagram helps students put all the different types of numbers together. Beginning with whole numbers, it extends to integers, then rational, then reals, then complex numbers, noting at each stage what additional types of numbers are being included.

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Friends of Ten presentation

by Marta Munoz

Fun maths activity to find different ways to add up to ten. Presentation to introduce the Friends of ten house chart activity (see my store).

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Winter subtract around the room-double digit subtraction {FREEBIE}

2 sets of 12 double digit subtraction cards. Perfect for my second graders.

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Circuit Training - Volumes of Rotation / Revolution (calculus)

Your students will stay engaged and get good practice with these 18 volumes of rotation problems in the circuit format. Students must search for their answers to advance in the circuit. It makes the students ask questions when they get stuck! All of the problems can be worked without a calculator,

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Interpreting Slope Fields

by InquiSoft

In this worksheet, students practice drawing conclusions from the slope fields (a.k.a. direction fields) that are pictured. Students will not only estimate the value of y' at various points based on the slope field, but also draw solution curves and estimate various quantities based on those solution

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Functions and Derivatives Matching Activity

by MrsCookKHS

Students must match four sets of cards: function graph, function description, derivative graph, derivative description

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Rational Function Graphs Extension Questions - PreCalculus

This worksheet is used after teaching vertical, horizontal, slant and quadratic asymptotes of Rational Functions. Questions include working backwards (given the graph, write an equation) which includes work with vertical, horizontal and slant aymptotes, x intercepts and y intercepts. There is also

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Related Rates Lab

by MrsCookKHS

Students will match a related rates problem to the appropriate equation and derivative, then they will solve the problems.

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Calculus AB Test - Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity - ONE VERSION

This file contains one version of a one-period (45-60 minutes) test for Calculus AB:
Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity Unit.
Topics covered:
- Limits
- Continuity
- The Derivative as a Limit
(Download preview file for a more detailed list of topics.)
The answer key is available as a separate (free) d

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MATH FOR THE 4th OF JULY

A $th of July Math inspired unit for pre-K and Kindergarten. It includes simple addiction facts, number recognition, counting.

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Strive For 5-AP Calculus E-Book (Freebie)

by Joan Kessler

We’re very excited to share this eBook with you! You will find print-and-review resources from three TpT sellers who specialize in creating products for AP Calculus students!
Each seller has shared 5 ideas related to AP Calculus Review; how we encourage our students, what resources we use from Col

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Logarithmic Functions Task Cards

Students work in partners to complete the task cards on exponential and logarithmic functions. Answers for each task card are on as a QR code.

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Limits and Continuity Chapter Test + Complete Teaching Solutions / Calculus AP

by Infinity

This is an 18 question test on limits and continuity that can also be used as homework, review, or self-teaching.
Included in this file are:
1. The chapter test with complete, detailed, teaching-oriented solutions. A student could use this to self-teach the concepts. The blank test with space for s

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Circuit Training - Review on Use of a Calculator in Calculus

Download and use this at the end of your calculus course. This circuit is a good review of calculator use with derivatives, integrals, and applications. The answers lead from one question to the next in a scavenger-hunt fashion. 12 questions.

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Calculus Vocabulary without the Mumbo Jumbo - Limits and Continuity

by Space Alien

My students, being students who are learning English as a second language are afraid of technical vocabulary. So, I created this document to help them. It explains the necessary vocabulary without getting too technical.
I am sure your students will find this vocabulary useful.
If you like this

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Continuity Defined PP

Mathematical definition of continuity with examples in a powerpoint format.
It has animation set to only show steps of the process one at a time so students can try it before the answers are revealed.
All answers are provided.

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AP Calculus Optimization with Animations

This product resource contains everything you need to deliver a successful lesson about optimization. The product is built around the very common "optimal box" problem found in most Calculus textbooks.
If you download this free product, you will receive:
* LESSON PLAN
* STUDENT ACTIVITY HANDOUT
* I

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AP CALCULUS QUICK REVIEW SHEET

Cramming for the AP Calculus Exam. This Free Resource might help. Volumes, areas, tangent lines, FTC, MVT, etc..
pdf file packed with equations that you need to commit to memory
If you download, please leave FEEDBACK and FOLLOW me.

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Tangent Lines Review - Scavenger Hunt

In this individual / pairs activity, students apply what they know about tangent lines and derivatives. Thirteen multiple-choice questions are posted throughout the room. Students start at any question, and the answer to the question tells them which one to go to next. When finished, the students

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A colorful, step by step, custom animated Unit Circle

by Dorothy

The graphics are Microsoft Smart Art graphics and can be easily changed to match your school colors or presentation theme.
Here, the unit circle presented as a collection of divisions in radians first by eighths, then by twelfths and then as a division in angles first by 45 degrees, then by 30 degr

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Friends of Ten House Chart

by Marta Munoz

Maths activity to find different ways to add up to ten. Complete chart with different colored animals (use two or three different colors maximum to represent different combinations - 2+8, 4+6, 3+7, etc). Accompany with Power Point about Friends of Ten (see my store).

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Even and Odd Functions Notes Sheet

A notes sheet for students to fill out as the topic is introduced. It should be a good reference for them later.

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Hunt for carrots

by Creafolie

Change the traditional egg hunt , hunting for carrots.
Children dressed rabbit and hide the carrots in the local.
Counting carrots.
You can print as many as you want.

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Introduce Limits - Conceptually

This power point introduces the concept of limits and their notation. It describes in general terms, right and left hand limits as well as infinite limits. The power point needs to be viewed in slideshow form to see all of the answers. The exercise for the students note taking is included.

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Multiplication A Plus

Description:
- A paper plates made of hard cardboard cartons.
- 40 token A + consists of 20 black and 20 white.
- Number of Players: 2 or 2 teams.
- Referee: Teachers.
How to play:
-Each Player will have 20 tokens of the same color.
-Each Its users 1 token on the range from 1-9 at the bottom in posit

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Newton and Liebniz CLIPart

This resource contains images of Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. In the history of math and science, few conflicts have obtained the notoriety of the dispute between these two men. At the heart of the dispute is the issue of who created calculus.
As you guide your students through the rigors of

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FREEBIE END BEHAVIOR - (1 Activity) Google Interactive

Check out the full product of 8 Activities right here
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of describing the End Behavior</

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