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This set of 24 task cards can be used to review for an end of a unit on the Mean Value Theorem, for an end of the year calculus exam or for the Calculus AB exam.The questions have the students work with the Mean Value Theorem analytically, graphically, verbally, and numerically through tables. The c
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This is the sixth lesson in a ten-lesson unit on Integration for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:* Apply definite integrals to problems involving the average value of a functionCollege Board® Learning Objectives:LO 3.4A: Interpret th
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Calculus Mean Value Theorem and Rolle's TheoremThis product is designed Calculus 1, Calculus Honors AP, Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC. It is from the Applications of the Derivative Unit. Included: ☑ A PowerPoint Lesson on both Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem with 36 fully animated slide
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This is a nine-lesson unit on Applications of Differentiation for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:★ Apply the Mean Value Theorem to describe the behavior of a function over an interval.Students will understand and apply Rolle's Theore
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This activity uses the graphing calculator to help students visually describe the meaning behind the mean value theorem. • In Part I students study a function that is both differentiable and continuous on a given interval.• In Part II students study a function that is continuous, but not differentia
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Students confuse the two Mean Value Theorems - the Mean Value Theorem for Derivatives and the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals. Comparing them side by side reinforces that one deals with slope and one deals with net area, Algebra I vs. Geometry. In this foldable the students list the conditions to a
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MEAN VALUE THEOREM The concept is simple, this theorem guarantees that if a function in continuous everywhere and differentiable between two specific points,there is a point between those points where the function equals the average value of the function between those points. It sounds more complic
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This is a short quiz asking students to display their knowledge of Rolle's and Mean Value theorems. They are asked to describe the difference between the two, and answer some questions that apply these theorems. 5 questions total. Vanessa Moon
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This five question assignment can be given to students after they have completed the Introduction to the Mean Value Theorem, that is also in my store. There are problems that deal with the function analytically and also in table form. This is a great assignment for Calculus AB and BC classes.
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This activity engages the students in studying several continuous, non-continuous, differentiable, and non-differentiable functions to decide what conditions must be met to guaranteed the conclusions of the mean value theorem.
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Let students discover the concepts behind Rolle’s Theorem and The Mean Value Theorem with this in-class exploration. Why do all three conditions need to be met for Rolle’s Theorem to apply? This activity can be done with very little introduction as each questions walks students through the discovery
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This is topic 24 in my AP Calculus curriculum. This PowerPoint guides students through the meaning of the Mean Value Theorem and how to apply it to certain types of problems. You may either have students go through the PowerPoint on their own or you may do it as a whole class. It is best used with t
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This powerpoint has 3 problems to determine the mean value in an interval. It also has 2 problems to determine the integral of absolute value equations. They are solved by looking at the graphs and deciding on how to set up the integrals. All steps and answers are given.
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These notes correspond with my Mean Value Theorem PowerPoint. Students may follow along as you go through the power point and make their own notes. This hopefully saves time and allows students to focus more on the concept rather than trying to get everything written down.
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This activity sheet has 15 conceptually based questions on the Mean Value Theorem (and Rolle’s Theorem). Students are given information about functions analytically, numerically, and graphically. In many questions, students are required to communicate their understand of the theorem verbally.
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This resource includes three parts to help your students understand and apply the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals. Included in the Lesson: 1. Guided handout which demonstrates the MVT and has two examples, one completed, showing all the steps, and a second one for your students to complete with you
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This packet focuses on questions about the Mean Value Theorem that are often seen in the free response sections of the AP Calculus Exam. In addition, the key and scoring guide is included to show how these type of questions are scored on the AP exam. AP is a registered trademark of the College Boa
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See how you can incorporate a clip from the movie Mean Girls into your Calculus classroom. One scene features a limit. Students will evaluate the limit shown in the movie. This activity requires students to know L'Hopital's Rule, infinite limits, the product rule, and the quotient rule.
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This is a very brief power point that has 2 examples of the mean value theorem. I spend more time on the AP type questions after these examples. All steps, definitions, and answers are given.
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For a variety of functions on differing intervals, students determine if the conditions for the MVT {continuous on [a,b]; differentiable on (a,b); and, f(a) ≠ f(b) } are met. If they are met, then the relevant value(s) of x are found. 4 page worksheet and coversheet
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Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem
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This packet will contain homework assignments for Calculus. These homework assignments will have one type of problem on each page. There will be somewhere between 4 and 10 problems per page. There will always be a QR Code on each page that students can use to scan and then check their work.
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I am so excited to offer this discounted Bundle of digital resources for Calculus. It will enhance your lessons for AP Calculus AB or BC, Honors Calculus, or College Calculus 1. This is a perfect addition to your Calculus curriculum.★ Also available: Calculus Bundle of GOOGLE Slide Activities fo
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Calculus Review In this calculus card sort, I have chosen 32 things that I think students need to memorize to be successful on the Calculus AB AP Exam. For example, students should memorize the derivatives and antiderivatives of the 6 trig functions; the formulas for volume of cone, cylinder, an
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