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AP® Calculus AB Exam Only (2024-25 Year)

## Orientation

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Jeremy L

Sun Jun 23, 10:00 PM

We'll try to get to know each other so that we can prepare the series best tailored to you guys. I will also introduce the summer assignment to get you set on the best foot possible to AP Calculus AB, as well as the general stucture for the series.

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Mon Jul 8, 7:00 PM

In this session, we will review some pre-calculus concepts (e.g. rational functions) and give a brief introduction to what is to come in calculus! I hope this session will give you the feel of how chill and productive we can be for the upcoming weeks together!

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Tue Jul 9, 7:00 PM

In this session, we will continue working with the idea of limits and continuity, specifically: finding limits from graphs, what are one-sided limits, representing horizontal and vertical asymptotes as limits, and exploring discontinuities.

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Wed Jul 10, 7:00 PM

In this session, we will continue working with limits but introduce how we can use algebraic manipulation to determine limits (e.g. direct substitution, factors/cancel). We will also talk about in some cases where limits cannot exist. This will be a practice heavy session, so everything we've learned so far would be given light.

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Thu Jul 11, 7:00 PM

We will start today's session with a Q&A of the practice questions/homework questions. Then begin talking about how we can confirm continuity over integrals, continue practicing our skills of limits. Towards the end introduce the Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT). I know there are alot of concepts coming your way, so keep up with the practice and I'm sure you would get them!

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Tue Jul 16, 7:00 PM

This session will be very heavy on the concepts of derivatives. I will begin very conceptual (such as what is an instanteous rate of change), then move onto finding rate of change (average and/or instatenous) from graphs. After we feel like we have the hang of it, I’ll slowly bring in the calculus. Then, knowing limits, lets use the definitions of a derivative to compute them for a given function. Finally I’ll show the tricks we will begin using to save us ourselves time.

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Wed Jul 17, 7:00 PM

Continuing from the end of the previous lecture, how can we use techniques to help us solve derivatives, and can our TI84 do it? We’ll discuss the power rule, product rule, quotient rule. Briefly touch on chain rule as well. I understand you might be completely lost after this session, but don’t give up! Try following my steps through the practice problems and you will get it!

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Thu Jul 18, 7:00 PM

We have learned so much over the past 2 sessions, lets just practice this whole session and I will show you tips and tricks that you can also use to help you find derivatives. This will take alot of practice, but I am more than confident that you can do it!

AP Calculus® Summer Bootcamp (2024-25)

## AP Calculus

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Ammar R

Mon Jul 22, 7:00 PM

New week, new concept. Let’s begin identifying the following on a graph: minimums, maximums, absolute minimums, absolute maximums, intervals of increase/decrease, etc. Then we’ll end the session with using our derivation techniques to find out those properties on a graph.

Moderators

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Hunter N

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Erik U

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Aayush M

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