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This download includes two tests. They can be used as a test and retest, test A/test B, or however you see fit for your classroom. The test(s) are complete with multiple choice, open-ended, and a fun greeting for the student(s) name (my favorite personal touch for assessments). Enjoy! Please let

Scaffolded notes, as well as corresponding warm-ups. Zip file includes a "Part 1," "Part 2" and a "Part 3" - combine or leave as is for easy planning! Please let me know if you have any questions! Enjoy!

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Calculus Study Guide suitable for AP Calculus or First Year College Calculus Students. Main topics covered : Functions Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, Application of the Derivative, Indefinite integration, Definite Integration, Techniques of Integration, Sequences and Series, L’Hopitals Rule, Im

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Two quizzes for a unit on Limits and Continuity (Big Idea 1 for AP Calculus AB) with answer keys. Quiz 1 has eight questions dealing with reading a graph for limits coming from the negative and positive sides with jump discontinuities and holes. Quiz 2 has two multiple choice and two short answer

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When teaching limits and continuity, I like to have my students imagine riding a roller coaster and letting the graph of f(x) be the track. The points of discontinuity on f(x) can easily be visualized and categorized when the students think of what would happen when the roller coaster car hits a “h

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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

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Your AP Calculus students will evaluate the limit, if it exists, by graphical and numerical methods. Your students will have guided notes, homework, and a content quiz on Understanding Limits Graphically that cover the concepts in depth from the eight-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity.*********

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Also included in: Limits and Continuity MEGA Bundle (Calculus - Unit 1)

This activity accompanies FREE version A which is intended to help students bridge the gap between the graphing of rational functions encountered in Algebra 2 and the level of analysis expected in precalculus and calculus. (I use it in my AP Calculus courses.) Using graphical representations to inve

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Your AP Calculus students will use properties of limits to evaluate limits graphically, numerically, and algebraically. Your students will have guided notes, homework, and a content quiz on Properties of Limits that cover the concepts in depth from the seven-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity.**

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Also included in: Limits and Continuity MEGA Bundle (Calculus - Unit 1)

This lesson emphasizes an intuitive approach to limits. Students are shown how to find two-sided and one-sided limits from a graph. They are also asked to draw a graph that meets certain limit conditions.
The use of a calculator to find limits is introduced, along with a word of caution.
This le

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Also included in: AP Calculus: Limits and Continuity Unit Bundle

This lesson emphasizes an algebraic approach to limits. Students learn how to evaluate limits by substitution. They also learn how to handle limits of rational functions and limits of radical functions. Finally, students learn how to apply the limit laws to find limits from a graph or from a form

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Also included in: AP Calculus: Limits and Continuity Unit Bundle

Calculus Test Package - Chapters 1 to 5
NOTE: This download is a .zip file. Please ensure you know how to extract a .zip file before buying!
This is a bundle containing all of the following Calculus Practice Tests and Complete Teaching-Oriented Solutions. If you would like to purchase only one of

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Introduction to Pure Mathematics for Advanced High School Students consists of a series of lessons in Logic, Set Theory, Abstract Algebra, Number Theory, Real Analysis, Topology, Complex Analysis, and Linear Algebra.
Lesson 13 from this series covers limits and continuity. In this lesson we first

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Continuity and one-sided limits
You can purchase the complete unit at a discount under my listing titled Introduction to Limits Complete Bundled Unit.

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This bundle includes 6 units, and 35 total lessons. The units that are included in this bundle are:
Unit 1: Introduction to Limits (4 lessons, 2 exams--with solution key)
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Introduction-to-Limits-Complete-Bundled-Unit-2134569
evaluating limits analyticall

This activity is intended to help students bridge the gap between the graphing of rational functions encountered in Algebra 2 and the level of analysis expected in precalculus and calculus. (I use it in my AP Calculus courses.) Using graphical representations to investigate one-sided limits and ty

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Calculus : The Limit is a review and how-to guide to help students solve problems involving limits. This handout is designed for use with AP Calculus BC and College level Calculus 1.
Using an informal tone, this handout is meant to supplement the students ordinary textbook. Concepts are discussed

If you are looking for the keys to the filing cabinet, then this is the product for you. I have been using Schoology, a learning management system for the past three years. This powerful LMS is a cloud-based platform that provides tools to manage any program. Every note page, guided reading, quiz, t

Science articles make great secondary science sub plans, but finding reliable and interesting articles on the internet or in periodicals is very time consuming. Formatting online articles to fit a printed page can also be challenging and can often waste time and paper. Worst of all, it's often diff

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Also included in: Science Sub Plans Literacy MEGA BUNDLE - 50 Secondary Science Reading Articles

This complete three-week unit contains equations that can be solved via addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Through an Oath of Algebraic Equations, a series of unique and captivating guided notes (with Ned!), and a collection of well-thought-through worksheets, it ensures that a st

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Looking for activities to solve equations with variables on both sides? These task cards are just what you need. Students solve multi-step equations with variables on both sides as well as identify the number of solutions of equations with variables on both sides. Great activity ideas for your c

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Also included in: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides Notes & Activities Unit Bundle

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