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AP® Calculus BC
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for Graders 9-11 (STARPREP® course code: APCBC)
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High School AP® Calculus BC
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Jan 8 - Feb 19, 2022 1/8, 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 2/5, 2/12, 2/19
1-1 Introducing Calculus: Can Change Occur at an Instant? 1-2 Defining Limits and Using Limit Notation 1-3 Estimating Limit Values from Graphs 1-4 Estimating Limit Values from Tables 1-5 Determining Limits Using Algebraic Properties of Limits 1-6 Determining Limits Using Algebraic Manipulation 1-7 Selecting Procedures for Determining Limits 1-8 Determining Limits Using the queeze Theorem 1-9 Connecting Multiple Representations of Limits 1-10 Exploring Types of Discontinuities 1-11 Defining Continuity at a Point 1-12 Confirming Continuity over an Interval 1-13 Removing Discontinuities 1-14 Connecting Infinite Limits and Vertical Asymptotes 1-15 Connecting Limits at Infinity and Horizontal Asymptotes 1-16 Working with the Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT)
02Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules
2-1 Defining Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change at a Point 2-2 Defining the Derivative of a Function and Using Derivative Notation 2-3 Estimating Derivatives of a Function at a Point 2-4 Connecting Differentiability and Continuity: Determining When Derivatives Do and Do Not Exist 2-5 Applying the Power Rule 2-6 Derivative Rules: Constant, Sum, Difference, and Constant Multiple 2-7 Derivatives of cos x, sin x, ex, and ln x 2-8 The Product Rule 2-9 The Quotient Rule 2-10 Finding the Derivatives of Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and/or Cosecant Functions
03Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
3-1 The Chain Rule 3-2 Implicit Differentiation 3-3 Differentiating Inverse Functions 3-4 Differentiating Inverse Trigonometric Functions 3-5 Selecting Procedures for Calculating Derivatives 3-6 Calculating Higher Order Derivatives
04Contextual Applications of Differentiation
4-1 Interpreting the Meaning of the Derivative in Context 4-2 Straight-Line Motion: Connecting Position, Velocity, and Acceleration 4-3 Rates of Change in Applied Contexts Other Than Motion 4-4 Introduction to Related Rates 4-5 Solving Related Rates Problems 4-6 Approximating Values of a Function Using Local Linearity and Linearization 4-7 Using L’Hospital’s Rule for Determining Limits of Indeterminate Forms
05Analytical Applications of Differentiation
5-1 Using the Mean Value Theorem 5-2 Extreme Value Theorem, Global Versus Local Extrema, and Critical Points 5-3 Determining Intervals on Which a Function Is Increasing or Decreasing 5-4 Using the First Derivative Test to Determine Relative (Local) Extrema 5-5 Using the Candidates Test to Determine Absolute (Global) Extrema 5-6 Determining Concavity of Functions over Their Domains 5-7 Using the Second Derivative Test to Determine Extrema 5-8 Sketching Graphs of Functions and Their Derivatives 5-9 Connecting a Function, Its First Derivative, and Its Second Derivative 5-10 Introduction to Optimization Problems 5-11 Solving Optimization Problems 5-12 Exploring Behaviors of Implicit Relations
06Integration and Accumulation of Change
6-1 Exploring Accumulations of Change 6-2 Approximating Areas 1 with Riemann Sums 6-3 Riemann Sums, Summation Notation, and Definite Integral Notation 6-4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Accumulation Functions 6-5 Interpreting the Behavior of Accumulation Functions Involving Area 6-6 Applying Properties of Definite Integrals 6- 7 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Definite Integrals 6-8 Finding Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals: Basic Rules and Notation 6-9 Integrating Using Substitution 6-10 Integrating Functions Using Long Division and Completing the Square 6-11 Integrating Using Integration by Parts 6-12 Using Linear Partial Fractions 6-13 Evaluating Improper Integrals 6-14 Selecting Techniques for Antidifferentiation
07Differential Equations
7-1 Modeling Situations with Differential Equations 7-2 Verifying Solutions for Differential Equations 7-3 Sketching Slope Fields 7-4 Reasoning Using Slope Fields 7-5 Approximating Solutions Using Euler’s Method 7-6 Finding General Solutions Using Separation of Variables 7-7 Finding Particular Solutions Using Initial Conditions and Separation of Variables 7-8 Exponential Models with Differential Equations 7-9 Logistic Models with Differential Equations
08Applications of Integration
8-1 Finding the Average Value of a Function on an Interval 8-2 Connecting Position, Velocity, and Acceleration of Functions Using Integrals 8-3 Using Accumulation Functions and Definite Integrals in Applied Contexts 8-4 Finding the Area Between Curves Expressed as Functions of x 8-5 Finding the Area Between Curves Expressed as Functions of y 8-6 Finding the Area Between Curves that Intersect at More Than Two Points 8-7 Volumes with Cross Sections: Squares and Rectangles 8-8 Volumes with Cross Sections: Triangles and Semicircles 8-9 Volume with Disc Method: Revolving Around the x- or y-Axis 8-10 Volume with Disc Method: Revolving 2 Around Other Axes 8-11 Volume with Washer Method: Revolving 4 Around the x- or y-Axis 8-12 Volume with Washer Method: Revolving 2 Around Other Axes 8-13 The Arc Length of a Smooth, Planar Curve and Distance Traveled
09Infinite Sequences and Series
9-1 Defining Convergent and Divergent Infinite 9-2 Working with Geometric Series 9-3 The nth Term Test for Divergence 9-4 Integral Test for Convergence 9-5 Harmonic Series and p-Series 9-6 Comparison Tests for 3 Convergence 9-7 Alternating Series Test for Convergence 9-8 Ratio Test for Convergence 9-9 Determining Absolute or Conditional Convergence 9-10 Alternating Series Error Bound 9-11 Finding Taylor Polynomial Approximations of Functions 9-12 Lagrange Error Bound 9-13 Radius and Interval of Convergence of Power Series 9-14 Finding Taylor or Maclaurin Series for a Function 9-15 Representing Functions as Power Series
01Limits and Continuity
1-1 Introducing Calculus: Can Change Occur at an Instant? 1-2 Defining Limits and Using Limit Notation 1-3 Estimating Limit Values from Graphs 1-4 Estimating Limit Values from Tables 1-5 Determining Limits Using Algebraic Properties of Limits 1-6 Determining Limits Using Algebraic Manipulation 1-7 Selecting Procedures for Determining Limits 1-8 Determining Limits Using the queeze Theorem 1-9 Connecting Multiple Representations of Limits 1-10 Exploring Types of Discontinuities 1-11 Defining Continuity at a Point 1-12 Confirming Continuity over an Interval 1-13 Removing Discontinuities 1-14 Connecting Infinite Limits and Vertical Asymptotes 1-15 Connecting Limits at Infinity and Horizontal Asymptotes 1-16 Working with the Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT)
02Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules
2-1 Defining Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change at a Point 2-2 Defining the Derivative of a Function and Using Derivative Notation 2-3 Estimating Derivatives of a Function at a Point 2-4 Connecting Differentiability and Continuity: Determining When Derivatives Do and Do Not Exist 2-5 Applying the Power Rule 2-6 Derivative Rules: Constant, Sum, Difference, and Constant Multiple 2-7 Derivatives of cos x, sin x, e^{x}, and ln x 2-8 The Product Rule 2-9 The Quotient Rule 2-10 Finding the Derivatives of Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and/or Cosecant Functions
03Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
3-1 The Chain Rule 3-2 Implicit Differentiation 3-3 Differentiating Inverse Functions 3-4 Differentiating Inverse Trigonometric Functions 3-5 Selecting Procedures for Calculating Derivatives 3-6 Calculating Higher Order Derivatives
04Contextual Applications of Differentiation
4-1 Interpreting the Meaning of the Derivative in Context 4-2 Straight-Line Motion: Connecting Position, Velocity, and Acceleration 4-3 Rates of Change in Applied Contexts Other Than Motion 4-4 Introduction to Related Rates 4-5 Solving Related Rates Problems 4-6 Approximating Values of a Function Using Local Linearity and Linearization 4-7 Using L’Hospital’s Rule for Determining Limits of Indeterminate Forms
05Analytical Applications of Differentiation
5-1 Using the Mean Value Theorem 5-2 Extreme Value Theorem, Global Versus Local Extrema, and Critical Points 5-3 Determining Intervals on Which a Function Is Increasing or Decreasing 5-4 Using the First Derivative Test to Determine Relative (Local) Extrema 5-5 Using the Candidates Test to Determine Absolute (Global) Extrema 5-6 Determining Concavity of Functions over Their Domains 5-7 Using the Second Derivative Test to Determine Extrema 5-8 Sketching Graphs of Functions and Their Derivatives 5-9 Connecting a Function, Its First Derivative, and Its Second Derivative 5-10 Introduction to Optimization Problems 5-11 Solving Optimization Problems 5-12 Exploring Behaviors of Implicit Relations
06Integration and Accumulation of Change
6-1 Exploring Accumulations of Change 6-2 Approximating Areas 1 with Riemann Sums 6-3 Riemann Sums, Summation Notation, and Definite Integral Notation 6-4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Accumulation Functions 6-5 Interpreting the Behavior of Accumulation Functions Involving Area 6-6 Applying Properties of Definite Integrals 6-7 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Definite Integrals 6-8 Finding Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals: Basic Rules and Notation 6-9 Integrating Using Substitution 6-10 Integrating Functions Using Long Division and Completing the Square 6-11 Integrating Using Integration by Parts 6-12 Using Linear Partial Fractions 6-13 Evaluating Improper Integrals 6-14 Selecting Techniques for Antidifferentiation
07Differential Equations
7-1 Modeling Situations with Differential Equations 7-2 Verifying Solutions for Differential Equations 7-3 Sketching Slope Fields 7-4 Reasoning Using Slope Fields 7-5 Approximating Solutions Using Euler’s Method 7-6 Finding General Solutions Using Separation of Variables 7-7 Finding Particular Solutions Using Initial Conditions and Separation of Variables 7-8 Exponential Models with Differential Equations 7-9 Logistic Models with Differential Equations
08Applications of Integration
8-1 Finding the Average Value of a Function on an Interval 8-2 Connecting Position, Velocity, and Acceleration of Functions Using Integrals 8-3 Using Accumulation Functions and Definite Integrals in Applied Contexts 8-4 Finding the Area Between Curves Expressed as Functions of x 8-5 Finding the Area Between Curves Expressed as Functions of y 8-6 Finding the Area Between Curves that Intersect at More Than Two Points 8-7 Volumes with Cross Sections: Squares and Rectangles 8-8 Volumes with Cross Sections: Triangles and Semicircles 8-9 Volume with Disc Method: Revolving Around the x- or y-Axis 8-10 Volume with Disc Method: Revolving 2 Around Other Axes 8-11 Volume with Washer Method: Revolving 4 Around the x- or y-Axis 8-12 Volume with Washer Method: Revolving 2 Around Other Axes 8-13 The Arc Length of a Smooth, Planar Curve and Distance Traveled
09Infinite Sequences and Series
9-1 Defining Convergent and Divergent Infinite 9-2 Working with Geometric Series 9-3 The nth Term Test for Divergence 9-4 Integral Test for Convergence 9-5 Harmonic Series and p-Series 9-6 Comparison Tests for 3 Convergence 9-7 Alternating Series Test for Convergence 9-8 Ratio Test for Convergence 9-9 Determining Absolute or Conditional Convergence 9-10 Alternating Series Error Bound 9-11 Finding Taylor Polynomial Approximations of Functions 9-12 Lagrange Error Bound 9-13 Radius and Interval of Convergence of Power Series 9-14 Finding Taylor or Maclaurin Series for a Function 9-15 Representing Functions as Power Series