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AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

## Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

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Jiarui X

Sat Jul 20, 4:00 PM

We will start with a warm up question and continue learning about basic derivatives!

Key topics:

1. Derivatives of Cos(x), Sin(x), e^(x), and ln(x)

2. The Product Rule

3. The Quotient Rule

Important note: As you can see, we are learning more derivative rules and they are getting harder! Please start memorizing the rules!

The last 30 minutes will be office hours, feel free to ask any questions about homework and other things!

AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

## Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

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Jiarui X

Sat Jul 20, 9:00 PM

We will start with a warm up question and continue learning about basic derivatives!

Key topics:

1. Derivatives of Cos(x), Sin(x), e^(x), and ln(x)

2. The Product Rule

3. The Quotient Rule

Important note: As you can see, we are learning more derivative rules and they are getting harder! Please start memorizing the rules!

The last 30 minutes will be office hours, feel free to ask any questions about homework and other things!

Crash Course Calculus - Limits, Derivatives, Integration, and More!

## Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

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Bill C

Sat Jul 20, 11:00 PM

We will go over more complex differentiation techniques (chain rule, trig functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, inverse functions).

Crash Course Calculus - Limits, Derivatives, Integration, and More!

## Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

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Bill C

Sun Jul 21, 11:00 PM

We will continue going over more differentiation techniques (implicit differentiation) and we will do a check for understanding (practice problems) involving limits and derivatives.

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## Applications of integration

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Jose Roberto Cossich G

Sun Jul 21, 11:45 PM

Topics covered (75m):

11. Finding the average value of a function on an interval

12. Connecting position, velocity, and acceleration functions using integrals

13. Using accumulation functions and definite integrals in applied contexts

14. Finding the area between curves expressed as functions of x

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## Office Hours

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**Rodrigo N** and **Noah P**

Mon Jul 22, 10:15 AM

- A space where you can ask questions on past assessments or problem sets

- You can ask any AP Exam question in general

- I will catch you up on anything that you have missed from a previous session

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