# AP Calculus AB

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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
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Summary of all the Calculus theorems and definitions used for AP Calculus AB. Great tool for AP review. Includes such things like IVT, EVT. MVT, motion formulas, volumes of solids of revolution formulas, etc.
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Students will learn the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (evaluation part) and connect it with area. Students will be able to evaluate a definite integral on the graphing calculator and analyticllay. Students will learn the properties of the
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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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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
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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
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Smart notebook presentation to go along with AP Calculus AB Areas and Volumes of Solids of Revolution note packet. Both the smart notebook presentation and the note packet are included in this zip file. Each can be bought separately. Students
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Students will learn antiderivative (indefinite integral) rules and use them in some basic differential equations, including motion problems. Students will be able to approximate area under a curve using rectangle (Riemann sum) and trapezoid
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Students will show their knowledge of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (evaluation part) and connect it with area. Students will be able to evaluate a definite integral on the graphing calculator and analyticllay. Students will be able to find
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Unit assessment that covers all the derivative rules including the formal limit definition, chain, product, quotient, and implicit. L'Hopital's rule is included.
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Derivative rule sheet for students to fill in including the product, quotient and chain rules. Filled in derivative rule sheet can be bought separately or bought as a bundle with the antiderivative rule sheets.
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Smart notebook presentation to go along with AP Calculus AB Areas and Volumes of Solids of Revolution note packet. Students will be able to find the area between curves, find the volume of solids of revolution and known cross sections. Separate
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Students will be able to use the tangent line to approximate a function’s value. Students will be able to apply derivatives to position, velocity and acceleration algebraically, numerically and graphically.
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Students will be able to apply integration techniques to a variety of functions. They will be able to apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus both part one and two. In addition, students will be able to approximate area between a curve and the
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Students will be able to apply integrals to a variety of math and real world application problems. Including curve sketching, particle motion, rate problems, area, and volume of solids of revolution.
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Students will practice how to solve non-exact separable differential equations. Students will also practice creating and interpreting slope fields. Solutions included. Note packet can be bought separately.
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Students will demonstrate their knowledge on limits and continuity.
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Students will be able to use the tangent line to approximate a function’s value. Students will also be able to relate position, velocity, and acceleration. They will be able to calculate a particle’s displacement, total distance, when the particle
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Students will be able to find the area between curves, find the volume of solids of revolution and known cross sections.
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Students will learn how to solve non-exact separable differential equations. Students will also be able to create and interpret slope fields.
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