AP Calculus BC, Calculus 2 Readiness Study Guide.
Are your students ready for AP Calculus BC or College Calculus 2?
Sure, they can take derivatives and limits. They can integrate and find the area under a curve, but can they do Partial Fractions? Do they remember Polar Functions, or Conics? What about Trig Equations? or Series? They will need those skills as well as those learned in Calculus AB as they enter the next course in the Calculus sequence. Sometimes I think PreCalculus should come between Calculus 1 and 2, or AB and BC.
This review study guide is based upon the Algebra and Trigonometry skills students need to succeed in the next level. There are 44 questions with answers. Though they don't need all those skills the first week, it is better to practice them when they are not taking a Calculus course and learning very difficult new material.
Topics are grouped by similarity and include
Factoring complicated expressions
Sequences and Series
Important Trig Identities and Formulas
Answers are included and students can go on Symbolab.com over the summer to see many full solutions (assuming you want to tell them about that free website.)
For other Calculus reviews, please look at the following resources:
★Calculus Review Units 1 - 3
★Calculus Jeopardy Game Review for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB
★Fun Year Long Weekly Review for Calculus AB - Throwback Thursday Theme
★Calculus 1 Bundle of Foldables
★Fun Year Long Weekly Review for Calculus BC - Throwback Thursday Theme
★Calculus BC or Calculus 2 Final Exam Study Guide Practice Test
★More Calculus 2 & Calculus BC Resources
★ Ultimate Calculus Survival Kit,
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