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## AP Calc - Late Night Office Hours

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Srish P

Thu Sep 12, 1:30 AM

School year has recently started, and so has Calc! If you're studying or doing homework tonight, and whether it be you just want a study space with a fallback IF you have questions, or if you already have questions or topics you're confused about, stop in!

Don't hesitate to shoot me a message either.

Co hosts are welcome.

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## Advanced Limits

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Konstantinos F

Sat Sep 14, 4:00 PM

We'll go through some advanced practice problems to ensure you can deal with any limit you might face. This is not an introductory session—prior knowledge of limits is required. Of course you are not expected to know everything but be aware that very basic concepts will not be covered.

MASTER AP Calculus AB/BC: Fundamental Derivatives

## Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

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Shriram N

Sat Sep 14, 6:00 PM

Today we will look at differentiability, which is whether or not a function even has a derivative. This concept eventually ties into theorems later in AP Calc that have a big part in the AP exam.

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## Integration guide: beginner to advanced

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Ishaan P

Sun Sep 15, 5:00 PM

We will go into basics of integration and trigonometric integration, then we will dive into partial fractions, finishing with integration by parts. We will then dive into some integration questions.

Any skill level is welcome, but prefer basic knowledge about topic prior like limits and differentiation.

Welcome to the Calculus subworld! 👋 Calculus is one of the hardest math subjects that a high schooler might experience, so if you're taking this course, you're already on the path to excellence. Though it may be a bit more difficult to master, Calculus is a beautiful subject that's very rewarding in the end.

As a student, you're welcome to ask questions, join tutoring sessions, or participate in community events. Many of the tutoring sessions here are centered around the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculums. However, there are still plenty of resources for those taking other types of Calculus courses.

If you're a tutor or an aspiring tutor, we encourage you to answer questions or create some sessions of your own! You aren't limited to making the same type of series as everyone else’s, and we encourage a variety of topics, learning methods, and schedules.

See the community guidelines or ask on the discussion page if you have any additional questions, but above all, have fun learning! 😊

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