#### Calculus

#### Calculus

### Calculus Series

## Calculus AB study group

Started

We can go through any topic in Calculus BC, just let me know what topics you want to develop conceptual clarity in :)

Tishya P

## Derivative Applications

Started

We'll mainly be practicing questions relating to applications of derivatives (i.e. related rates, concavity). The only necessary experience is knowing what a derivative is and how to calculate it.

Alexander J

## Integration techniques

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I conducted this series of sessions to teach integration techniques. We'll start from Anti-derivative formulas, and work our way through partial fractions, integration by parts, and Trigonometric substitution. Each session will include additional practice materials that I have gathered from books like Thomas's Calculus, online practices, and Khan Academy to fully convey the theories behind each topic.

Benyamin S

## BC Calculus: Beyond Curves and Covergence

10th session

We will be going over the full AP Calculus BC units in details and do regular practices. 1 Unit will be covered across 2 sessions to give time to understand the concept and practice when examples. We are flexible to change the pace toward's the learner's understanding.

Arpitha S

## AP Calculus AB | Tutoring Tailored to Your Needs | 4+ Guarantee

3rd session

Each session, we'll cover a topic of your choice by asking/investigating questions, practicing skills/problems (first those you'd like help with, then ones relevant to your chosen topic), and having fun! Additional sessions will be scheduled shortly.

Nicholas K

## AP Calculus BC Course

20th session

Each session, we will go over a topic, possibly do practice, and then I will assign additional Practice if needed.

Joseph C

## AB/BC Masterclass: Unleash the Power of Every Calculus Unit!

9th session

We will be thoroughly going over every unit from AP Calculus AB/BC. Keep in mind, AP Calculus AB & BC have the same lessons and content, excluding Unit 9 & 10 which aren't offered for AP Calculus AB. We will provide ample problems and examples. Slideshows are available online in the drive: [https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1gsUKkR2I8HWGUFqp4Hb9q6pU3rfJYthB](https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1gsUKkR2I8HWGUFqp4Hb9q6pU3rfJYthB) Content in the slides may be added throughout the sessions as applicable. Additionally, we host schoolhouse.world practice problem-sets to further check your understanding. With a mix of independent work and avid participation throughout our series, you will walk out of this series with a guaranteed 5 and a love for Calculus!

Sam F

## AB/BC Calculus

3rd session

We'll go through the curriculum for both courses together! We'll make use of Khan Academy and past AP Exams for practice.

Jonah K

## Calculus BC

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More examples, more definitions that can make calculus easy.

Ilayda G

## AP Calculus AB Units 1-2 Review

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This is a review of the first quarter of AP Calculus AB. We will spend a day reviewing unit 1 and a day reviewing unit 2. You can also bring your own questions from these units if you have any and we can look at them together.

Anish G

## Basic of Calculus

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In this tutoring session on calculus basics, we'll cover the definition of derivatives, including limits and instantaneous rates of change. Learners can expect interactive discussions, problem-solving exercises, and real-world applications to deepen their understanding.

Vanshika S

## AP Calc BC Help

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Each week, learners can drop in and ask questions on concepts and/or get problem help. We will review concepts based on what learners want to go over.

Jessica F

## AP Calculus AB: Mastering Derivatives!

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Master the core concepts of derivatives efficiently! We’ll dive into differentiation rules and apply them to real-world scenarios.

Kayden S

## Calculus review sessions, Any topic

4th session

Every time there is a session, I will go over any homework help or create questions on confusing topics for anyone. This is not just for AP students, any CP, Honors, IB, or any other level can ask me for their help. I will continue adding sessions as the days go on, there is no set amount of sessions or days.

Puranjai K

## Vector Calculus

22nd session

I am back to host another wonderful series: VECTOR CALCULUS! I hope you all can join! This series will cover the content of a semester of college Vector Calculus PREREQ: Calculus 1 and Calculus 2 OR Successful Completion of AP® Calculus BC why Prereq? It is expected that you know how to take derivatives and integrals of single variable functions! STRUCTURE: 1. Lecture (45-60 min) 2. Homework *repeat above until unit is complete* 3. Problem Set for the Unit 4. Unit TEST Here is the syllabus for the series: Main Topics: 1. Vectors and the Geometry of Space 2. Partial Derivatives 3. Multiple Integrals Subtopics in Vector Calculus: 4. Vector fields 5. Line integrals 6. Green's theorem 7. Curl, gradient, and the divergence of a vector field 8. Flux of a vector field 9. Stokes Theorem 10. The Divergence Theorem

Rodrigo N

## Calculus Group

40th session

This group is for Calculus students to learn math together!

Schoolhouse Math Matching T

## AP Calculus AB

4th session

Each week we shall go over AP Calculus concepts from the perspective of a real mathematician. We shall cover the true logic behind calculus–the logic that school's dont cover such that you can truly understand the subject.

Anshveer B

## AP calculus BC whole series ( this bootcamp covers everything from scratch)

14th session

In this session, I plan to cover the fundamental concepts of limits and differentiation, starting with the basics and progressing to more advanced topics like implicit differentiation and inverse functions. We will first explore limits to build a strong foundation, then introduce the concept of differentiation and its basic rules. Afterward, we’ll move on to implicit differentiation and inverse functions, applying these concepts to solve problems.

anshuman b

## AP Calc - Adaptive Weekly Review

5th session

This is an adaptive series, a hybrid between calc review and office hours. We'll review topics as they come up, choosing the topic at the beginning of each session. Topic repeats will be avoided unless ALL learners are unison to go over it.

Srish P

## AP Calculus BC Question Series - Differentiation

8th session

We will be practicing questions for AP Calculus BC Units 1-5 - Differentiation

Shome C

## AP Calculus/IB Math SL Office Hours

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This office hours series will be tailored towards answering specific learner questions in AP Calculus/IB SL Math topics. Please come prepared with questions!

Laina A

## Get Ready For AP Calculus AB

14th session

I will be covering Units 1-8 of the Collegeboard AP Calculus AB course. I will be following the Collegeboard curriculum. This course will require around 1-2 hours of work outside of our sessions because I am very briefly running through these topics (each unit has 5-14 topics) as a prep course for AP Calc AB. By the beginning of August, my goal is to cover all of Unit 1, so that you are all prepared for the upcoming school year. During our sessions, I encourage you to ask questions and try your best to participate and work through problems.

Deepthi S

## The full AP Calculus AB learning

16th session

Each week, we will go over the units of AP Calculus AB. We will also do various levels of practice questions and feel free to ask some of your questions that you may have. This would be a flexible series in terms of being able to change what units will be covered when based on the pace. Do bring some writing materials and if possible some questions regarding the topic to be answered. Prior knowledge is not necessary but would be helpful as we will go over the units from the start.

Arpitha S

## Differential Calculus Crash-Course

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A beginner-friendly introductory crashcourse on differentiation! We will cover the fundamentals of calculus, the fundamentals of differentiation, how to calculate derivatives, and how derivatives are applied in the real world. I tutor Calculus and I got a 5 on the AP BC. I aim to make calculus more approachable and intuitive as calculus is used extensively in physics and technology. I believe having a solid foundation in math opens up many more career pathways in STEM. Session Structure: I will explain concepts in differential calculus in an intuitive manner so you can understand where some critical equations originated from. Then, we will use our knowledge to solve practice problems on Khan Academy. We will end with a Q&A where you can ask questions on differential calculus! Prerequisites: You don't need to know any calculus as this is an introductory course, but you should have knowledge in algebra. It is recommended that you bring some paper and a pen - we will be working on some problems in the session!

Emma G