
Review of EVERYTHING!!! AP Calculus Review ALL AP Calculus Review All Things Solutions
1/8 6.1 Estimating with Finite Sums
CW 1 Estimating with Finite Sums Notes
CW 1 Estimating Finite Sums Completed Notes
HW 1 Estimating Finite Sums Solutions
1/910 6.5 The Definite Integral
CW 2 Definite Integrals Completed Notes
HW 2 Definite Integrals (in #5, both integrals should have an upper bound of 5)
HW 2 Definite Integrals Solutions
1/13
The Definite Integral
CW 3 Definite Integrals and Antiderivatives Notes
CW 3 Definite Integrals and Antiderivatives Completed Notes
HW 3 Definite Integrals and Antiderivatives (Just do #18)
answers to #3:
0, 56, 12, 10, 2, 70
Study for Quiz 1: Definite integral approximations with area of rectangles and/or trapezoids, or other geometric shapes, or using known values (HW 1 & 2)
1/1415
Antidifferentiation
6.16.2 Area and the Indefinite Integral
HW 4 2020 Solutions are on page 2
Quiz 1 Practice Area and Intro to Integrals
1/1617
The Fundamental Thm of Calculus (Part I)
CW 5 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
CW 5 FTOC Day 1 Completed Notes
Quiz 1: Definite integral approximations with area of rectangles and/or trapezoids, or other geometric shapes, or using known values (HW 1 & 2)
1/20 MLK Day no school
1/2122 The Fundamental Thm of Calculus (Part II)
CW 6 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Day 2
CW 6 FTC Day 2 Completed Notes
1/2324 Motion Applications
CW 7: Motion Module Part II
No Quiz this week1/24 Minimum Day Schedule
1/27 Motion FRQs
HW 10 Motion FRQ Problems (Do 2008 #4 and 2005 #5)
1/2829 Usubstitutions
HW 8 FTC and USub Day 1 Solutions
Quiz 2: Antidifferentiation of indefinite or definite integrals, definite integral area approximations, approximations with area of rectangles and/or trapezoids, or other geometric shapes, and average value.
1/3031 Usubstitutions
HW 9 FTC and USub Day 2 Solutions
Quiz 2: Antidifferentiation of indefinite or definite integrals, definite integral area approximations, approximations with area of rectangles and/or trapezoids, or other geometric shapes, average value, and motion applications. It does not cover FTC 2 or Usubs.
2/3 Usubstitutions and Review!
(Answers are the on last pages)
2/45 Usubstitutions
CW 12 USubstitution with Algebraic Techniques Notes
HW 12 FTC and USub Day 3 Solutions
(There are a few extra problems on the solutions page.)
2/5 Minimum Day
2/67
CW/HW 13 FTC and USub Review Solutions
Quiz 3: FTC I and II with subs (definite and/or indefinite through HW 11) and all other previously assessed topics.
2/7 Rally Day Schedule
2/10
Diff Equations and Initial Value
CW 14 Differential Equations Notes
2/1112
Slope Fields
2/1314
HW 16: Complete page 1 of CW 12 if you have not done so already.
Quiz 4 Calculus Integration Circuit (due 2/24 NO LATE QUIZZES!)
***On page 2, you need to make a few corrections to the problems***
In the middle problem of column 1, page 2, change the bounds to go from 5 to 1.
For the answer posted at the top of the second column, page 2, change the answer to "52."
2/24 Net Change
CW 17 Integrals as Net Change Notes
Net Change
CW 17 Integrals as Net Change Completed Notes
HW 17 Integrals as Net Change Solutions
2/2526 Area Between Curves
CW 18 Area between Curves Notes
HW 18 Area Between Curves (just #17)
HW 18 Area Between Curves Solutions
2/2728
Quiz 5
Circuit this includes 8 of the points for Quiz 5! This is due on March 2! NO LATE QUIZZES. Stop at #21.
End R4
3/2 Area Practice
HW 19 Area Between Curves Practice
HW 19 Area Between Curves Practice Solutions
3/34 Volume (Disc method)
CW 20 Volume Disk Method Notes
CW Volume Disk Method Completed Notes
HW 20 Volume Disk Method Solutions
Quiz 6 will have a group component for area problems, and an individual component similar to that of Quiz 5. The score for Quiz 6 may replace the score for Quiz 5 if it is a higher score.
3/56 Volume (Washer method)
CW 21 Volume Washer Method Notes
CW Volume Washer Method Completed Notes
HW 21 Volume Washer Method Solutions
HW 21 is due 3/1011
QUIZ 6: Area between curves and other problems like Quiz 5.
The area circuit is due at the end of class on 3/9.
The circuit problem with y = tan(x) should be bounded by y= 0, not x= 0. The other bound listed is correct.
3/9
CW/HW 22: Work through the 2012 AP Calculus AP Exam. Do all MC and FRQ problems. Quiz 8 will draw from all of these problems. Complete this by 3/1920
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/apcalculusabpracticeexam2012.pdf?course=apcalculusab
The area circuit is due at the end of class on 3/9.
HW 21 Volume Washer Method Solutions
HW 21 is due 3/1011
3/1011 Volume (Cross sections)
CW 23 Known Cross Sections Notes
CW 23 Known Cross Sections Completed Notes
HW 23 VOS Known Cross Sections (skip #911)
HW 23 VOS Known Cross Sections Solutions (skip #911, however if you do #9, the sec(x) should be to the 4th power.)
3/1213 Volume (Cross sections)
Quiz 7: Cross Section Volume Activity Period 3 only. Hopefully periods 2 and 6 can do this in April.
HW 24: Complete HW 22, the entire 2012 AP Exam, including all of the multiple choice and free response problems. There will always be a gap between sections A and B of the multiple choice sections due to the BC exam.
Show work on your own paper, and check your solutions thoroughly! This assignment should take approximately 4 hours, and should have been started on Monday, March 9.
2012 AP Calculus AB Exam:
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/apcalculusabpracticeexam2012.pdf?course=apcalculusab
Video Solutions for each problem.
Part A, MC No Calculator, 55 minutes, #128:
https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusabmultiplechoice2012.html
Part B, MC Calculator, 50 minutes, #7692
https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusabmultiplechoice2012b.html
Free Response, #12 Calculator, #36 No Calculator, 90 minutes (30 minutes Calculator, 60 minutes No Calculator)
https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusab2012.html
3/16 Exponential Models and Differential Equations
Video about Exponential Growth and COVID19: Exponential Growth COVID19
This is the last new topic that you need to learn for the AP Exam! Watch Part I and II of the Khan Academy videos, the worked examples, and then complete the multiple choice and free response practice problems that are included in the 5part lesson. Plan on spending about 45 minutes on the videos and practice. Then there is a homework assignment to complete the "Exponential Growth Notes" page. There is not an additional homework page on this topic; just complete the notes page for HW 25.
HW 25: HW 25 Exponential Growth Notes
HW 25 Exponential Growth Completed Notes
3/1720 Review Everything!
Here are the 42 topics that you need to know. A bit of review information is included on each topic, and then some practice problems are provided. You need to complete the practice problems for all of the topics. This is a lengthy assignment, and counts for the lessons and homework for two 90minute class periods.
Break up this assignment and work on it for about an hour each day.
You may need more review for some of the topics, and videos can be found in the Calculus I course from Khan Academy.
HW 26/27: AP Calculus Review ALL
AP Calculus Review All Things Solutions
Notes:
Section 26 #1 is not correct. The derivatives are wrong. The answer should be concave down on (1,1) and concave up elsewhere.
Section 33 #2 should list T' as the rate of change for the temperature of the wire.
Section 34: The work for this one is rather vague, and there are better FRQ problems that cover these ideas. You can let this one go.
Section 37: The slope field is not correct. It should show positive slopes when y>1 and x is not 0.
Video support for Calculus: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/calculus1
3/23 Free Response AP Calculus AB 2013
Complete all six of the Free Response Problems from the 2013 exam. You will use a calculator for #12, and #36 must be completed without a calculator. Plan for this to take at least 90 minutes as the calculator problems will take 30 minutes, and the no calculator problems will take 60 minutes. You will then need to spend some time going over the scoring guides and checking your work. You may also want to watch videos of the problems.
HW 28: Free Response AP Calculus AB 2013
Free Response Solutions AP Calculus AB 2013
Video support for 2013 AP Calculus AB Free Response: https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusab2013.html
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Complete both of the multiple choice sections of the 2008 AP Exam.There will always be a gap between sections A and B of the multiple choice sections due to the BC exam.
Show work on your own paper, and check your solutions thoroughly! This assignment should take approximately 2 hours.
2008 AP Calculus AB Multiple Choice Exam:
HW 29: 2008 Multiple Choice
Video Solutions for each problem.
Part A, MC No Calculator, 55 minutes, #128:
https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusabmultiplechoice2008.html
Part B, MC Calculator, 50 minutes, #7692
https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusabmultiplechoice2008b.html
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Free Response AP Calculus AB 2014
Complete all six of the Free Response Problems from the 2014 exam. You will use a calculator for #12, and #36 must be completed without a calculator. Plan for this to take at least 90 minutes as the calculator problems will take 30 minutes, and the no calculator problems will take 60 minutes. You will then need to spend some time going over the scoring guides and checking your work. You may also want to watch videos of the problems.
HW 30: Free Response AP Calculus AB 2014
Free Response Solutions AP Calculus AB 2014
Video support for 2014 AP Calculus AB Free Response: https://www.onlinemathlearning.com/apcalculusab2014.html
OPTION 2: Watch at least 2 of the AP Lessons this week, and post comments on Google Classroom for HW 30.
The course schedule (.pdf/456 KB) is available online, along with information about what will be covered this week. All times on the schedule are Eastern Time.
3/304/3This week you will be completing assignments through "AP Classroom." If you have not already joined AP Classroom, you need to do so. If you registered for the AP Exam, you should already have a spot in the "AP Classroom." If you did not register for the exam, you'll need to set this up. It is free, and it will not change your status of taking the AP Exam, or not. Here are the join codes for each section, and instructions. Please set this up ASAP if you are not already in the AP Classroom system.Once you are in AP Classroom, you should see the 5 review assignments for this week. The thought is that if you pace yourself, and can complete one section per day, it should be a reasonable amount of work. If you wait to do it all at once, it will be quite a bit. You will not need to turn these in to Google Classroom. I will post the assignments as Classroom Announcements there, but I will gather your results from AP Classroom and then update those scores in Home Access.
Unit 1: Limits and Continuity
Unit 1 MCQ Part A, due 4/1
Unit 1 MCQ Part B, due 4/1
Unit 1 MCQ Part C, due 4/3
Unit 2: Differentiation
Unit 2 MCQ Part A, due 4/13
Unit 2 MCQ Part B, due 4/13
*****************************************************I am not currently assigning the AP Live videos, although they may be assigned to align with future assignments: AP Live AP Calculus AB. They are good review lessons!
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I am tentatively scheduling the following tutorial sessions in Zoom this week. Feel free to dropin and ask questions. I will post the invitations in Google Classroom on the day of the tutorials.Wednesday, April 1, 2:003:00Thursday, April 2, 2:003:00