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Calculus

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Introduction to AP Calculus AB + BC

Starts in 11 days!

Hosted by Ryan L


Series Details

About

We will go though the first few units in Calculus. I will place a specific emphasis on learning about how something works to improve intuitive understanding and adaptability to complex problems.
This course is likely faster paced than what you would experience in school in order to cover most fundamental content. Since this is just for familiarizing content, I plan to leave some of the more complicated cases for your teacher. Feel free to reach out anytime for any questions.
Note:
- You must have completed precalculus
- Sessions on Saturday start at 8:15 PM rather than the normal 7:00 PM
- I cover about 60% of AB Calculus and 30% of BC Calculus

✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY

Attendance is optional, but please try to make all the sessions to get the most out of this series.

Dates

August 22 - September 4

Learners

15 / 30

Total Sessions

6

About the Tutor

Upcoming Sessions

6
22
Aug

Session 1

Limits and continuity

Introductions, review of limits, continuity, and basic derivatives.
25
Aug

Session 2

Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

Looking at more advanced derivatives, including implicit differentiation, multi-function derivatives, and a delve into the chain rule from an intuitive angle.
28
Aug

Session 3

Contextual applications of differentiation

Taking a look at related rates and practical applications of derivatives.
29
Aug

Session 4

Integration and accumulation of change

Introduction to integrals, and how to calculate them both analytically and visually using Reimann sums and basic rules.
1
Sep

Session 5

Integration and accumulation of change

More complicated integrals, including integral by parts, partial fractions, and inverse trigonometric functions.
4
Sep

Session 6

Review

A final overview of these topics, and any questions that people may have. We may continue on to basics of differentiation if time permits.

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