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PreCalculus Final Exam of Review for the Algebraic Topics
Comprehensive review or assessment designed for for the Algebra Topics of PreCalculus. Excellent review resource for Dual Enrollment or College PreCalculus or great review tool for Calculus students who seem to forget so much of what they

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Calculus : Basic Derivatives
This is a set of five tests or worksheets that can be used when students are working on finding basic derivatives using the power rule.
Students do not need to know the product or quotient rule to do these problems. There are no trig functions in these worksheets.

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This Final Exam/Practice/Review is designed for AP Calculus BC or College Level Calculus 2. It includes 24 well chosen representative questions in both multiple choice format (3 versions) and also in free response format ( 1 version). The test should take about 2 hours and can be taken with a gra

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Get this as part of a bundle: AP Calculus BC or Calculus 2 Bundle of 32 Activities

Calculus Review
This is a bundle of the review activities that I have in my store to help students review for the Calculus AB AP test. Included are:
1) Math Before Calculus First Semester Weekly Review
2) Calculus AB Second Semester Weekly Review
3) Calculus AB Review Study Guide with Problems

This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering the topics of limits and continuity. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum (no epsilon-delta stuff) and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP exam. Topics covered include average rate of chang

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Assessment for AP Calculus on Derivatives Unit. After the mid-unit quiz, students study implicit differentiation and related rates. These are included on the test in addition to the topics that were on the mid-unit quiz: definition of derivative, power, product, quotient and chain rules. Applyin

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Calculus 1 Final Exam Or Review
This Final Exam is designed for College Calculus 1, and/or Dual enrollment (Dual Credit) Calculus 1. It covers Units 1 – 4 which include Limits, Derivatives, Application of the Derivative, and Integration. It can be used as a review for High School Honors Calculus,

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This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering applications of differentiation. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP exam. Topics covered include related rates, linearization, the Mean Value Theorem

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This packet contains a set of 25 multiple choice questions covers the following topics: product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, implicit differentiation, derivatives of trigonometric functions, derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions, and inverse functions. This follows the AP Calcul

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My AP Calculus Full Year Curriculum has been revised. You will now find both free-response tests and quizzes, as well as AP-Style Assessments for mid-unit and end-unit practice.REVIEW:Each unit includes a Mid-Unit Quiz Review and an End-Unit Test Review, as well as an AP Style Review with the answer

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This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering the topic of derivatives. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP exam. Topics covered include the limit definition of a derivative, derivatives of polyno

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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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This is the exam I gave my Calculus students in 2006. If I had it to do over again, I would add some more integration questions. Overall, the exam went well. It is broken down into two parts, 2 sections each and is meant to model the AP exam. The timing is based on two 55 minute sessions.
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In this packet you will find four forms of a quiz that you can use at the end of your Calculus course to see if students have mastered computing derivatives and integrals.
There are 12 questions on each quiz. The 12 questions show students are masters at:
Finding the derivative using:
1) product

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Get this as part of a bundle: Calculus Bundle - Second Semester- Integrals, Applications of Integrals

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Two calculus assessments (form A and form B) over exponential and logarithmic functions. 22 questions, 16 multiple choice or matching and 6 constructed response. Differentiation and integration of exponential and logarithmic functions, AP-style questions included.
Answer keys on last page.

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6 Free Response question for AP Calculus AB designed to mirror the questions likely to be seen on the AP Exam.
AP Calculus AB exams were analyzed over 10 years (2005-2014) to determine patterns in questioning and topics. Students were then asked to check their analysis by looking at the most rec

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Calculus Review Derivatives 50 Multiple Choice Questions
The end of the semester is time to review important math concepts before the big math assessment test. Engage your students in a game format with 50 multiple choice questions about calculus derivatives.
The timed powerpoint slides will displ

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This test covers:
curve sketching
Rolle's Theorem
Mean Value Theorem
Maximum and Minimums
There are no optimization problenms on this test.
Vanessa Moon

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This short quiz covers some questions on exponential growth and decay. I use this in my AP Calculus class.
Vanessa Moon

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Find extrema, increasing, decreasing, concavity, and inflection points. Graphing.
Betty Watson<
a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/">This work by Betty Watson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

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Review Limits with this quick quiz. (solutions are included). This sample Includes graphs, limits to infinity, and other basic concepts...
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This second semester final for AP Calculus is fully dynamic (many versions of the same problem) to enable virtually unlimited variations of a test. The AP Calculus (Second Semester) test bank is in Examview format. I spent about 3 months working on this bank and took my time trying to create a very

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Brief note-taking on Limits for AP Calculus AB or BC!

Students will be able to justify where a function is increasing and decreasing, concave up and concave down. They will be able to justify a function’s extrema and inflection points. They will be able to apply the Extreme Value Theorem, the First Derivative Test, the Concavity Test, the Second Deri

This product contains two quizzes that cover exponential growth and decay, including word problems. There are also three questions that require students to explain their answers in complete sentences. One question was solved incorrectly and the students were to explain what the mistake was. On this

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Average value of a function, Limits to infinity, Velocity and Distance relationships with Integration, Antiderivatives, and other challenges. This review is great for students about to take the AP Calculus AB test.

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Includes 2 Worksheets, a Practice Quiz, and a detailed answer key. These resources have a myriad of carefully chosen problems that are aligned with the AP Calculus AB curriculum set forth by the College Board. Students will practice finding limits: numerically, graphically, and analytically. They w

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This is a quiz on limits that can be used in a Precalculus or Calculus class.

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Calculus: Integration Assessments
This file is a collection of reviews assignments and assessments for use in the unit on INTEGRATION to challenge your CALCULUS students. All keys are included.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mini Assignments:
☑ Mini Assignments:
☑ Area Under the Curve Approximation Methods

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This is a quiz that I made for my students when I realized that they failed to recognize the limit definiton of derivative on their test. It has 4 questions that ask them to evaluate the limit and 2 questions that ask them to write the limit defintion given a function to find its derivative.

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Quiz over Volumes of Solids of Revolution
Betty Watson
This work by Betty Watson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

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Calculus Quiz covering implicit differentiation and combination of the product and chain rule. 4 problems, 2 of each.
Betty Watson
This work by Betty Watson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

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Containing 30 multiple choice questions, 10 short answer questions, and 11 full answer questions, this review is structured like a final exam which allows the student to prepare for the real exam. The questions vary in difficulty and tests the student on all aspects of differential calculus as well

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This file contains the details on how to run a successful weekend Calculus Camp in order to better prepare students for the AP Calculus Exam. See preview file for summary of document. Also included is email address of author in case the buyer may have additional questions.

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Covering Limits: Graphing from Limits, Limits from Graphs and Limits with Algebra. Designed to review concepts from previous courses through limits and be done completely without a calculator

This exam covers limits, how to use limit to find as asymptotes (vertical and horizontal), Draw conclusions from limits, IVT, Symmetric Difference Quotient, Definition of Derivative (at a point as well)

This Calculus quiz is on derivative rules: power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, as well as problems on finding the equation of the tangent line. Check out my other listing to get the worked out solution key for this quiz.

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This Calculus quiz is on derivative rules: power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, as well as problems on finding the equation of the tangent line. This is the KEY. Check out my other listings to a revisable version of this quiz and alternate versions.

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This Calculus quiz is on derivative rules: power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, as well as problems on finding the second derivative. Check out my other listings to get the worked out solution key for this quiz and alternate versions.

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At the end of the first quarter of the year I've usually gotten very close to the end of differential calculus. I give a series of quizzes on various topics. This is a complete set of the quizzes and their solutions. Please look at the sample for an idea of what you're buying!
You get the quizze

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A practice test that involves ln and e. Topics include derivatives, integrals, area, tangent lines, graphing, inverses, implicit differentiation, and more. The Free preview contains the entire test. Solutions are in the product file OR available at mathplane.com. Proceeds support mathplane and Teach

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calculus, derivative, differentiation, power rule, quiz

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This practice exam has been created in an attempt to mirror the actual AP exam for AB Calculus. All questions have been created by using the course outline/percentage of topics tested for AB Calculus, and have varying difficulty levels that are typically seen on the actual exam. All questions incl

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This practice exam has been created in an attempt to mirror the actual AP exam for AB Calculus. All questions have been created by using the course outline/percentage of topics tested for AB Calculus, and have varying difficulty levels that are typically seen on the actual exam. All questions incl

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Students will be able to justify where a function is increasing and decreasing, concave up and concave down. They will be able to justify a function’s extrema and inflection points. They will be able to apply the Extreme Value Theorem, the First Derivative Test, the Concavity Test, the Second Deri

Students will be able to use antiderivative (indefinite integral) rules. Students will be able to approximate area under a curve using rectangle (Riemann sum) and trapezoid approximation methods.

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The file includes two forms of the same multiple choice quiz. Each quiz has 23 questions (16 without a calculator and 7 with the calculator) The answer keys are included.

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This file contains a unit exam that includes multiple choice and short answer questions on limits. The exam should take around an hour and is spaced so students should have enough space to show work on the exam itself. The multiple choice questions are modeled after actual AP Calculus questions.

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Test assessing students' abilities to take indefinite integrals, definite integrals (FTC), apply antiderivative concepts to position, velocity, acceleration, and also to find an original function when given a first/second derivative and initial condition(s). Key included.

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Test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 2 constructed responses covering precalculus review.

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Consists of one calculator and one non-calculator sections each containing 7 multiple-choice questions and 1 constructed response. Covers precalculus review material.

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Test consisting of 15 multiple-choice questions and 2 constructed responses covering topics of limits and continuity.

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