# Calculus Foldable 2-1: Three Definitions of Derivative

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1. Surprise! Calculus students still love to cut and paste. This bundle contains 19 foldables designed for first year calculus, AP Calculus AB, and first semester AP Calculus BC. They are effective, fun graphic organizers to engage students in discovery or review. Topics include limits, derivatives, in
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2. I divide the chapter on derivatives into three tests – Ch. 2A Definition of Derivative (including some fast derivative rules, intro to velocity and acceleration and rate of change), Ch. 2B More Derivatives (product/quotient rules, chain rule, implicit differentiation) and Ch. 2C Related Rates. This
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Use this foldable to engage your students while they review the three definitions of derivatives and apply them to examples analytically.

All my foldables are self-guided which allow the students to start the foldable in class for about 10 to 15 minutes then complete the AP style examples at home. This foldable can be used alone or glued into an Interactive Notebook the size of a 9½ by 7½ composition book. Hope this is helpful. Enjoy!

This is the first foldable for Ch. 2 in our calculus textbook on derivatives thus the numbering 2-1. You can find other foldables related to derivatives at
Calculus Foldable 2-2: Three Reasons Derivatives Do Not Exist
Calculus Foldable 2-3: Simple Derivative Rules
Calculus Foldable 2-4: Linear Approximation

Calculus Interactive Notebook 2: Derivatives

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