Limits and Continuity
Applications of Derivatives
Applications of Integration
This file contains one version of a one-period (45-60 minutes) test for Calculus AB: Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity Unit. Topics covered: - Limits - Continuity - The Derivative as a Limit (Download preview file for a more detailed list of topics.) The answer key is available as a separate (free) ...
This is a 2 page worksheet that allows students to practice factoring expressions that may be generated when using the product and/or chain rule. This is important because sometimes the AP test simplifies these expressions and students must be able to recognize them.There are a total of 10 problems included.Answer key included.I have also included a possible website that you could use to have your students use to get a review of this topic.
As the AP Exam looms closer and closer, students must review old free response explanations. Reviewing them with the class takes a lot of time. So, I developed this small project in which a group of students must explain a specific problem to the rest of the class.This is the rubric that I use to grade students on their free response explanation that they give to the class.
In this super secret number puzzle, students will practice working with finding approximations of the area between a curve and the x-axis. Students should be familiar with Riemann Sums (Left, Right, and Midpoint) and the Trapezoidal Rule. Students find the answers to each of the six questions and then add their answers together – this is the super secret number.
This new, fun product is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 1. Students solve definite integration problems and each solution leads to the next problem as they work around a maze. Some of the Integrals involve substitution and transcendental functions but do not include Inverse Trigonometric nor Logarithmic Functions.
Students will use The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to gain an understanding of net change and how the accumulation of area under a curve provides information about total amounts and initial conditions. Students will find initial values and sketch the functions using those conditions. The lesson includes: ♦ Guided Notes handout ♦ Fully-editable SmartBoard presentation ♦ Homework assignment ♦ Completed set of notes ♦ Full solutions
U-Substitution Scavenger Hunt from The Math Lab on TeachersNotebook.com (10 pages) - Add some excitement to your Calculus class with the U-Substitution Scavenger Hunt! Your students will work in pairs to complete 15 U-Substitution problems placed on cards throughout your classroom. They begin at one integral, evaluate it, and find the ans