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Want to take an AP Calculus class, but aren’t sure you are ready? Want to review some of your precalculus topics before your AP class begins? Want a preview of the big ideas of AP Calculus and math? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, this math course is for you.
We’ll preview the concepts behind both derivatives and integrals as well as review many of the precalculus topics most relevant to AP Calculus such as: Trigonometric functions, Exponents & Logarithms, Sequences & Series, Limits.
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- How to find rates of change
- How to use areas to turn rates of change into totals
- Review precalculus topics such as: Trigonometric Functions, Exponents & Logarithms, Sequences & Series, Limits
- Natalie Griswold
- John Monz
Weston High School
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