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This lesson is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Level Calculus 1. It is part of Unit 3 Applications to the Derivative.
Included is a fully animated PowerPoint lesson with twelve problems. All answers and steps are animated to maximize student input. Ther

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A fun Halloween Derivative bingo game to review finding derivatives using the Power, Product, Quotient, Trig, and Chain Rules. The game is in Power Point format and 30 individual pdf cards are included.
Artwork by Good Morning Miss C

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Calculus Mean Value Theorem and Rolle's Theorem
This product is designed Calculus 1, Calculus Honors AP, Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC. It is from the Applications of the Derivative Unit.
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☑ A PowerPoint Lesson on both Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem with 36 fully animated

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Help your students master this difficult but important topic. Step by step illustrated examples plus guided notes will give them the practice thy need to succeed.
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✓ A PowerPoint Lesson on Implicit Differentiation with 33 fully animated slides including more than 8 comple

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A very simple powerpoint presentation and 1 more and 1 less.
Eddie the elephant asks the children to help him find 1 more than a given number. When the children get the answer correct you can press the button to show the number.
Perfect for Early Years / Kindergarten / Pre School
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Calculus: Derivatives Product Rule and Quotient Rule plus derivatives of other Trig Functions and Higher order Derivatives
This lesson is designed for use with AP Calculus AB, BC, College Level Calculus 1 and Honors Calculus. It is part of the Derivatives, usually Unit 2.
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This is a slideshow that I give durring the first couple of days to my AP calculus students. It is meant to be a motivating pep talk reagarding the rigor of the course. It outlines classroom and course expectations in a fun, easy way.

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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.

This powerpoint shows what a critical point and a a stationary point are and how to find them given an equation.
It uses the first derivative test.
Many graphs are shown and 3 examples are given.
All answers are given.

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Multiplication and division - 7 | PowerPoint presentation
This is a 23 slide PowerPoint presentation. This is a super fun and interactive slide show. I've given you 2 slides to look at in the Download Preview – take a look!
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Multiplication and division 8 : PowerPoint presentation
This is a 21 slide PowerPoint presentation. This is a super fun and interactive slide show. I've given you 2 slides to look at in the Download Preview – take a look!
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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 deg

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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).

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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This is topic 5 in my AP Calculus curriculum. This PowerPoint guides students through the basic understanding of the Squeeze (Sandwich) Theorem and how to apply this theorem to certain types of limits. You may either have students go through the PowerPoint on their own or you may do it as a whole cl

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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 lesson introduces the notion of a secant line and illustrates how secant lines can be used to find approximations to tangent lines. It also includes a discussion of how the slope of the secant line can be interpreted as the average velocity on a position versus time graph.
There are several r

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This lesson is a review of the basic properties of rational functions with special attention given to those properties that are most relevant for calculus.
This can either be used as part of a summer assignment to help students get ready for calculus or it can be used as a review at the beginning o

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This lesson is a review of the basic properties of trigonometric functions with special attention given to those properties that are most relevant for calculus.
This can either be used as part of a summer assignment to help students get ready for calculus or it can be used as a review at the beginn

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This is a 6 slide powerpoint covering how to solve exponential equations by relating the bases and by using logarithms. There is also emphasis for the student to consider whether the unknown is in the base or in the exponent. The powerpoint is appropriate for Algebra 2, Precalculus, or Calculus and

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Evalute derivatives using "u" substitution (definite integrals) in 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.

This is a power point that shows several examples of L'Hopitals Rule to determine limits.
All steps and answers are given.

This power point is an introduction to limits. Determining the limit using charts and graphs.
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This powerpoint reviews the graphs of the inverses of the 6 trig functions and the principal values (or values to ensure they are functions).
It also has problems from precalculus, determining values of the trig functions (inverses).
It states the 6 derivatives of the inverse trig functions.
There a

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