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There is something satisfying about coloring. It's straightforward and fun. This activity asks students to do some coloring. Here's how it works: Students are provided with a series of definite integrals. Each integral represents an area. The
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This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering the topics of limits and continuity. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum (no epsilon-delta stuff) and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP
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This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering applications of differentiation. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP exam. Topics covered include
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This worksheet helps the student to review the concepts of domain and range by providing functions and relations in several different contexts. For most of the problems, the student is asked to identify the domain, identify the range, and to
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This is a packet of 25 multiple choice questions covering the topic of derivatives. It follows the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum and the questions are in the style of the multiple choice questions found on the AP exam. Topics covered include the
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This worksheet asks students to graph three functions to graphically demonstrate the Squeeze Theorem (also known as the Sandwich Theorem). Then, the student answers three questions that involve using the Squeeze Theorem to find limits. This is
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This packet contains a set of 25 multiple choice questions covers the following topics: product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, implicit differentiation, derivatives of trigonometric functions, derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions,
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This worksheet asks students to apply the Intermediate Value Theorem to several problems. There are a couple of the "use the IVT to show that there is a root on this interval" types of problems. There is a problem using a set of points for a
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This lesson covers the techniques needed to find the area between two curves. Integrating with respect to both x and y are covered. Also, the case where the curves intersect each other is considered. Finally, the Midpoint Rule is used to find the
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This worksheet asks students to write down the formulas for the double-angle identities (including three versions for cosine!) and then asks a series of questions that use the identities. This is appropriate for Algebra 2, Trigonometry, or
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This worksheet asks students to graph a displacement function versus time and to calculate several average velocities. Finally, the student is asked to estimate the instantaneous velocity. This worksheet is appropriate for both AP Calculus AB and
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This worksheet has two multi-part problems. 1. A velocity versus time graph is provided. In this case, the velocity is always positive. The student is asked some questions about the motion of the particle and then the student is asked to
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This worksheet contains several problems that investigate the interpretation of the derivative as the slope of a tangent line: 1. The student is asked to label a graph to help them reconstruct the argument that the derivative at a point represents
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This worksheet asks students to identify discontinuities given graphs and given functions. The student is also asked to produce a graph of a function that satisfies certain conditions involving continuity. Finally, the student must find the
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This worksheet asks students to practice using integration by parts with four integrals. The student is guided through the process of picking u, du, v, and dv. This is appropriate for AP Calculus BC. A detailed answer key is provided.
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This worksheet asks students to analyze the graph of a position function. Then, given a position function, the student is asked to calculate the average velocity over an interval and an instantaneous velocity at a specific time. Next, the student
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This worksheet helps students work with the conservation of linear momentum. The student is asked to draw a "before" picture and an "after" picture of each problem. Then, the student is asked to solve the problem numerically. This is appropriate
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This worksheet helps students work with elastic collisions. First, the student is asked to distinguish between elastic and inelastic collisions. Then, the student is asked to draw a "before" picture and an "after" picture of an elastic collision
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This product contains eight sets of three cards. One card represents the displacement function, one the velocity function, and one the acceleration function for a particle moving along a straight line in one dimension. Cut them out, laminate them
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This worksheet asks students to write the variable expression associated with a phrase, such as "Two plus three times a number." Then the student is asked to match a set of variable expressions to a set of phrases. Each part of this document could
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