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AP EXAM DATE --- TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 8:00AM

• AP Calculus AB Exam Information
Course Info - From the AP Central website

For our course, you will need: 1) Paper (plenty of it!) for notes and for answering problems
2) A 3 ring binder. There will be binder checks throughout the quarter.
3) Index cards
4) TI 83 or 84 Calculator (optional, but it will definitely come in handy)

• Link to Released Free Response Questions (categorized by type)
• Tutorials/Examples (Sooo good!)

Quarter 1...Test dates are tentative
 Date Topic Notes/Assignments Videos for extra help Calc Advice from past students 8/14 (W) What is Calculus? Watch up until 5:35 8/15 (R) Watch videos to the right by Monday. Copy down the examples and steps in your notebook. Intro to Limits (KA) Intro to Limits with Nancy Limits - Basics & Rational Functions Limits (KA) Limits continued (KA) More Limits (KA) Different techniques to find Limits (Nancy) Limit Techniques 2 (Nancy) 8/16 (F) 8/19 (M) 1.1 Change at an Instant Pg 87 #5-8, 13 8/20 (T) 1.2 Defining Limits using Limit Notation class handout 1.2 8/21 (W) 1.3 Estimating Limits from Graphs Pg 138 #12,13 Pg 147 #16 f,18d and class handout 1.3 8/22 (R) 1.4 Estimating Limits from Tables Pg 137 1-9 odds and Limits using Tables Quiz 1 8/23 (F) 1.5 Determine Limits using Algebraic Rules Pg 138 #14-29 Quiz 2 8/26 (M) 1.6 Determine Limits using Algbraic Manipulation 8/27 (T) 8/28 (W) 1.7 Selecting Procedures for Determining Limits 8/29 (R) 1.8 Determining Limits using the Squeeze Theorem Click here! Quiz 3 Squeeze Theorem ex 8/30 (F) 1.9 Connecting Multiple Representations of Limits 9/2 (M) LABOR DAY NO SCHOOL 9/3 (T) 1.10 Types of Discontinuities Pg 145 #1a Pg 146 #4-9, 15 Pg 148 #20a,b,c,e Types of Discontinuities and What They Look Like 9/4 (W) 1.11 Defining Continuity at a Point Pg 146 10-14 Continuity 9/5 (R) 9/6 (F) 1.12 Confirming Continuity over an Interval Pg 139 #30c-f Pg 146 #15 Pg. 147 16a, 18a Proving Continuity over an Interval (Piecewise Functions) 9/9 (M) 9/10 (T) 1.13 Removing Discontinuities Quiz 4 9/11 (W) 9/12 (R) 1.14 Connecting Infinite Limits and Vertical Asymptotes Pg 275 #11-20 Limits Infinity (Nancy) 9/13 (F) 1.15 Connecting Limits at Infinity and Horizontal Asymptotes Pg 275 #1-10, 11-21 Quiz 5 9/16 (M) MyAP Personal Progress Check 1 available.  Due by Wednesday 9/18 9/17 (T) 1.16 Intermediate Value Theorem Pg. 155 #31 and this! Quiz 6 IVT 9/18 (W) 9/19 (R) Unit 1: Limits and Continuity Test 9/20 (F) 2.1 Defining  Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change at a Point 9/23 (M) 2.2 Defining the Derivative of a Function using Derivative Notation 9/24 (T) 2.3 Estimating Derivatives of a Function at a Point. 9/25 (W) 2.4 Connecting Differentiability and Continuity: Determining When Derivatives Do and Do Not Exist. Quiz 7 9/26 (R) 2.5 Applying the Power Rule 9/27 (F) 2.6 Derivative Rules: Constant, Sum, Difference, and Constant Multiple Quiz 8 9/30 (M) 2.7 Derivatives of cos(x), sin(x), e^x, and ln(x) Derivatives Assignment 2.7 Deriving e^x 10/1 (T) 10/2 (W) 2.8 The Product Rule class handout 2.8 Product Rule 10/3 (R) 10/4 (F) 2.9 The Quotient Rule Quotient Rule starts at 39:10 10/7 (M) 10/8 (T) 2.10 Finding the Derivatives of Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and/or Cosecant Funtions Quiz 9 Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions 10/9 (W) 10/10 (R) Unit 2 Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules Test 10/11 (F) 9 WEEK'S TEST END OF QUARTER 1