This test includes 10 multiple choice questions and 3 free response questions. Students are assessed on their ability to both take a derivative implicitly and use this derivative to find tangent lines, slopes of tangent lines, etc. They are also
Aligned with Common Core Standards. This test assess students on quadratics: factoring, solving, graphing, word problems (max/min, height of object at specific time, when an object hits the ground, etc.). Includes calculator inactive and active
10 Calculator Inactive multiple choice questions and 10 Calculator Active multiple choice questions for AP Calculus AB review. Includes concepts such as limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, basic integration, 1st and 2nd FTC, average
Worksheet with 8 problems solving for the three missing pieces of a triangle using either Law of Sines or Law of Cosines. No Ambiguous case for Law of Sines. This is more a Geometry level worksheet than a higher math.
Worksheet with 23 problems determining the convergence or divergence of infinite series. Using tests for convergence: nth term, p-series, geometric, integral, telescoping, direct comparison, and limit comparison. Key included.
Geometry Project where students must make a poster and design their own city based on specifications as to how many parallel streets and how many transversal streets. They must also place buildings at specific locations. Great way to give them a
This test includes 10 multiple choice questions and 3 free response questions. Students are assessed on their ability to find intervals of increasing/decreasing, intervals of concavity, relative extrema, points of inflection, and their
This is a detailed formula sheet that I give out to students while we are reviewing for the AP Calculus AB exam. It includes an extensive list of the necessary limit/derivative/integral rules with regard to a variety of functions.
Test with a calculator Inactive and calculator Active section. Aligned to common core standards. Requires students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials (also use FOIL). They are also required to apply these concepts to 2D and 3D
I usually use this as a review before a test on the topics of convergence and divergence of infinite series, Taylor and Maclaurin Polynomial approximations, and radius and interval of convergence for power series. Key included.