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Get Ready for AP Calculus AB Unit 5: Derivatives to Analyse Functions

Applying derivatives to analyze functions

Shriram N

Sat Jul 20, 3:00 PM

Last day of the series! We will take the final unit test and look at some real AP exam problems from previous tests

Learn AP Calculus AB + BC over the Summer

Office Hours

Sahasra J

Sat Jul 20, 3:00 PM

If you have any questions about anything calculus related, feel free to ask me during this time!

AP Calculus AB: Path To A 5

AP Calculus

Dhruv Y

Sat Jul 20, 3:00 PM

2.1 Definition of a Derivative

AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

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!

Get Ready for Calculus!

AP Calculus

Arvin K

Sat Jul 20, 4:00 PM

Final review & practice problems

session

Learn Derivatives With a 5 Scorer

Ian T

Sat Jul 20, 7:00 PM

Learn about derivatives and how to solve them for AP Calculus AB/Calculus 1

Ultimate AP Calculus AB/BC Summer Series

AP Calculus

Francis Anthony G

Sat Jul 20, 8:00 PM

Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity

AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

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!

Multivariable Calculus and Applied Linear Algebra

Other Topics

Jose Roberto Cossich G

Sat Jul 20, 10:00 PM

Topics covered (75m):
10 (part 2). and gradient descent
11. Constrained optimization via Lagrange multipliers
*END OF UNIT 2*

Summer Calc!!

AP Calculus

Thrista V

Sat Jul 20, 11:00 PM

Infinite Limits and Derivatives

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

Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

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).

Get a 5! - AP Calculus BC/Calc II in a Month

Applications of integration

Jose Roberto Cossich G

Sat Jul 20, 11:45 PM

Khan Academy Unit Test run-through (1h 20m)
Unit Test 6 "Unit 6: Integration and accumulation of change"

*END OF UNIT 1 - INTEGRATION AND APPLICATIONS*

COMPREHENSIVE Applications of Integrals

Other Topics

Navya M

Sun Jul 21, 2:00 AM

Volumes Using Integration

Rigorous Calculus Course

AP Calculus

Thomas S and Kindness C

Sun Jul 21, 12:30 PM

The most fundamental thing in Calculus is the limit. We will go over limits, their rigorous definition, and how to prove the limit laws using the definition. (aka epsilon-delta language)

Learn AP Calculus AB + BC over the Summer

Integration and accumulation of change

Sahasra J

Sun Jul 21, 3:00 PM

Unit 6 of the AP Calculus AB and BC course.

Get Ready for AP Calculus AB with a 5-Scorer!

AP Calculus

Srishti W

Sun Jul 21, 4:00 PM

We'll wrap limits today! Here's the topics I'll cover:
- Continuity
- Types of Discontinuities
- Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT)

We'll do lots of practice to make sure you understand the topics well!

Ultimate AP Calculus AB/BC Summer Series

AP Calculus

Francis Anthony G

Sun Jul 21, 8:00 PM

Unit 2 - Differentiation: Definition and Fundamental Properties

Multivariable Calculus and Applied Linear Algebra

Other Topics

Jose Roberto Cossich G

Sun Jul 21, 10:00 PM

Topics covered (75m):
12. Linear functions, matrices, and the derivative matrix
13. Linear transformations and matrix multiplication
14. Matrix algebra

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

Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

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.

Get a 5! - AP Calculus BC/Calc II in a Month

Applications of integration

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

COMPREHENSIVE Applications of Integrals

Other Topics

Navya M

Mon Jul 22, 2:00 AM

Arc length

AP Calculus AB Prep: Full Overview

Other Topics

Joy L

Mon Jul 22, 2:00 AM

We will finish whatever we could not last week and start INTEGRALS!!!

Flipped Classroom - AP Calculus AB Summer Crash Course

AP Calculus

Margaret S and Jacob W

Mon Jul 22, 2:30 AM

Finishing up limits with the Unit Test! Maybe you can get certified after this session :)
Starting on Unit 2 - Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

Road to a 5: AP CALCULUS AB AND BC WITH 5 SCORERS

Office Hours

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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About Subworld

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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