This semester final for BC Calculus is fully dynamic (many versions of the same problem) to enable virtually unlimited variations of a test. The BC Calculus test bank is in Examview format and requires Examview software to use. Examview software usually is distributed free with most high school math textbooks. I've spent months working on this bank and took my time trying to create a very high quality product that I would be proud to use in my own classroom. Topics include Taylor and Maclaurin series, convergence tests, interval of convergence, conditional convergence, series error estimates, improper integrals, separation of variables with initial condition, Riemann to integral conversion, Euler's method, polar area, velocity and acceleration vectors, logistic growth, particle velocity and position, L'Hopital's rule, parametric derivatives, telescoping series, p series test, direct comparison test, intervals of convergence, integral test, root test, ratio test, geometric series test, limit comparison test, improper integrals, integration by parts, conditional convergence, nth term test, trig substitution, and sequence convergence.
Every problem shows step by step solutions (when rationale is selected).