🧠🚀AP Calculus Crash Course(Differenetiation)
This series ended on July 28, 2023. All 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 7 days after the last session.
Do you want to stay on top of your game in your AP Calculus class from start to finish? Do you want to crush your AP Calc Exam next year? While calculus may seem daunting at first, join our wonderful series to master differentiation in AP Calculus. By training and learning together, you will not fall behind in class or grab your hair in frustration during the next important test. Almost half of the whole AP Calculus curriculum revolves around differentiation, so we will be focusing on solely differentiation(not integration, though for another series...) for this crash course series. Together, we will go through several practice problems, short but effective lessons, and a few progress checks to make sure you will feel better than ever about calculus. Lastly, a quick self-introduction: I'm Vince, and I'm going to be a high school senior next year. I got a 5 on the Calculus AB Exam, and I just finished my BC class with a high A. I want to get to know you all and, of course, share some knowledge on calculus. So join me on this crash course!
✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY
If you cannot make a session, please DM me beforehand. If you are marked unexcused(meaning you did NOT message me beforehand) for two sessions, I will sadly have to remove you. I really don't want to do this, so please try to attend as many sessions as you can.
June 16 - July 28
11 / 20
About the Tutor
Hey, everyone! My name is Vince and I'm a junior. I really like math, languages/cultures, music, and football⚽️. I'm a South Korean native but I currently live in the US. I have spent a lot of time doing math and I began to help my friends with it after I realized they were going through the same roadblocks that I had gone through. My goal is to keep learning new things -- history, stories, songs, etc. -- and enjoy what I do. I'm looking forward to sharing lots of things will you all on schoolhouse.world and helping you guys along the way!
For this orientation, we'll do some ice-breaking activities, and go through the schedule, and expectations, and plan for what we are going to learn throughout the next few weeks!
Limits and continuity
Limits and continuity
Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions
Contextual applications of differentiation
Applying derivatives to analyze functions