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AP Calculus AB - Units 1 and 2

## AP Calculus

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Johanna P

Wed Feb 28, 1:00 AM

We will cover Unit 1 and go over different lessons such as properties of limits, asymptotes, the definition of continuity of a function over a domain or point, special cases of continuity, limits to infinity, squeeze theorem, and the intermediate value theorem.

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## Monthly Goal Review for BC Calc Test-Takers

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**Avnish S** and **Devansh S**

Sat Mar 2, 1:45 PM

This will be an overview of targets most BC Calculus* students try to meet at this stage (2.5 months prior to actual test). As an international student giving the APs for the first time this year as well, I intend to provide some perspective on setting chapter-wise targets, and resources that I have used over the past several months preparing for this AP in parallel to several others.**

*Much of it will apply to AB students as well.

**Note to co-tutor requests - I would love to include tutors who have already given this AP for more useful input in the session

AP Calculus AB - Units 1 and 2

## AP Calculus

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Johanna P

Wed Mar 6, 1:00 AM

We will cover Unit 2 and go over topics like the definition of a derivative at a point or across a function, piecewise functions, connecting differentiation and limits going back to Unit 1, and determining derivatives from basic functions (we will move onto more complex functions in a different series), and applying differentiation rules like chain, product, and quotient rules.

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