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Calculus resources recommended

by former students


Notes on calculator integration



Summer homework for students taking AP Calculus in 2016-17: gsasummerhw.weebly.com


AP FRQs and scoring guideline

http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_information/1997.html

Tues, 12 Apr

2015 FRQs, #4-6 and more if you can handle it. You should be doing as many problems as possible from now on.Pay special attention to the directions for 4b. This part of the problem looks like a problem we did in class Monday.

Thu, 8 Apr

2011 FRQs. Pay special ateention to 5 &6.

Thu, 31 Mar

Do all FRQ problems possible on the 2009 AP exam.

Mon, 7 March

Read 7.1. Do #34-43 all.

25 Jan

Read 6.1 Do #5-19 odd.

Tues, Dec 8


Section 4.7 #33, 34. Test on Monday on chapter 6 except sections 4.8 and 4.9/

Mon, 7 Dec

read 4.10. Do # 3-11 odd, 19, 21. Also in 4.7 do #38,,41

Wed, 2 Dec

Section 4.7. Problems #17,23,25, 31, 36,37

Tues, 24 Nov

Hwk. p. 244 #27-33 odd and the worksheet:

Mon, 23 Nov

Read 4.3. Do #1-8.

Mon, 16 Nov

In 4.1 do #47-57 odd, 66

Tues, 10 Nov

Read section 4.1. Learn the meanings of the terms critical number (also called critical value), absolute maximum, absolute minimum, relative maximum and relative minimum.Learn the statement of the extreme value theorem, and put the theorem in your notebook below the IVT. Do #3–10, 31–36. There will be a quiz Monday.

Tues, 3 Nov

p. 205 #28, 32, 46; p 212 # 39, 40

Mon, 2 Nov

In the related rates unit, do #20, #24–#26. Also, find a linear approximation to (100.6)^0.5.

Tues, 27 Oct

Related rates preliminaries sheet done in class:

Tues, 20 Oct

Finish crypto-derivative worksheet. Also468 # 24-36 even, p476 #24-32 even.

Thu, 8 Oct

Section 3.6 #11-21 odd, 25, 51

Tue, 6 Oct

sec 3.6 #29-35 odd, 53-55 all; 3.7 # 5, 7, 9

Thu, 1 Oct

Read 3.5. Do 1-23 odd, 29, 31, 34. Go, GSA soccer!

Tue, 29 Sept

Read 3.3. Do 1-35 odd except 17. Look over the derivation of the derivative of the sine function from class and try to mimic this for the cosine.

Thu, 17 Sept

Hwk. Page 113 # 34-37, 43, 45

Mon, 14 Sept

Read 2.3. Do #11-27 odd, #44, 46

Tues, 9 Sept

Read the class handout and do the 4 exercises on the last page. Handout and homework are available below/