#### Calculus

#### Calculus

### Calculus Series

## AP Calculus BC Course Series for Jai P

2nd session

Each day we'll go over part of AP Calculus in order to prepare for the AP exam.

Jonathan L

## AP Calculus BC Summer Preview

5th session

Trying to get ready for Calc BC next year? In this series, we will go over Unit 1 (limits and continuity) and some of Unit 2 (derivatives). Hope to see you guys soon! You can find the slides to our sessions here: [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rcU2Ts1j-JXey5LefOXhrOrBe8TUETq2u9CU6RbV4sc/edit?usp=sharing](https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rcU2Ts1j-JXey5LefOXhrOrBe8TUETq2u9CU6RbV4sc/edit?usp=sharing)

Jason S

## AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

9th session

Hello everyone! In this series, we will go over the first three units plus one single topic from the fourth unit of the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum: Unit 1-Limits and Continuity Unit 2-Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules Unit 3-Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions The single topic in unit 4-Using L’Hospital’s Rule for Determining Limits of Indeterminate Forms This series will start on July 2nd and it will last for about a month, with 3 classes per week and 90 minutes per class. The class dates are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday of each week. This series is meant to cover the content of the first three units of AP Calculus. We will go over important theorems, and formulas that it is covered in an AP Calculus class. We will also tackle AP styled questions so that you will be comfortable answering AP questions regarding these topics. This series is meant for people who just finished Algebra II or Pre-Calculus and plans to take AP Calculus AB/BC. That being said, after the completion of this series, you'll be fully prepared for your AP Calculus class next school year. Please look at the class dates for more description on the topics covered each day. Additional notes: There will be a quick warm up question each lesson to refresh our mind about last lesson's topics. I will assign homework each lesson via google form but you DO NOT need to do it, it is on you if you feel like you want more practice. If you choose to do the homework, you will receive your grades back from google form. There will be a unit test for units 1 and 2 plus a final exam on ALL of the units. Once again, you do not need to do any test if you do not want to. The tests are there just for you to know your current understanding about the topics. Have fun!

Jiarui X

## AP Calculus AB/BC Summer First Three Units Overview

8th session

Hello everyone! In this series, we will go over the first three units plus one single topic from the fourth unit of the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum: Unit 1-Limits and Continuity Unit 2-Differentiation: Definition and Basic Derivative Rules Unit 3-Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions The single topic in unit 4-Using L’Hospital’s Rule for Determining Limits of Indeterminate Forms This series will start on July 4th and it will last for about a month, with 3 classes per week and 90 minutes per class. The class dates are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday of each week. This series is meant to cover the content of the first three units of AP Calculus. We will go over important theorems, and formulas that it is covered in an AP Calculus class. We will also tackle AP styled questions so that you will be comfortable answering AP questions regarding these topics. This series is meant for people who just finished Algebra II or Pre-Calculus and plans to take AP Calculus AB/BC. That being said, after the completion of this series, you'll be fully prepared for your AP Calculus class next school year. Please look at the class dates for more description on the topics covered each day. Additional notes: There will be a quick warm up question each lesson to refresh our mind about last lesson's topics. I will assign homework each lesson via google form but you DO NOT need to do it, it is on you if you feel like you want more practice. If you choose to do the homework, you will receive your grades back from google form. There will be a unit test for units 1 and 2 plus a final exam on ALL of the units. Once again, you do not need to do any test if you do not want to. The tests are there just for you to know your current understanding about the topics. Have fun!

Jiarui X

## Differentiation: composite, implicit and inverse functions

Starts

Welcome to an exciting journey into the fascinating realm of calculus! In this thoughtfully designed series, tailored specifically for high school students, participants will embark on an exploration of the fundamental techniques of differentiation. Throughout our engaging sessions, we'll focus on unraveling the intricacies of composite functions, inverse functions, and implicit differentiation. What You'll Master: Unraveling Composite Functions: Gain proficiency in dissecting and differentiating functions nested within one another. Discover how to navigate through layers of complexity with ease using the powerful chain rule. Navigating Inverse Functions: Delve into the intricacies of inverse functions, learning how to differentiate and manipulate them effectively. Understand their role in solving equations and their significance in real-world applications. Mastery of Implicit Differentiation: Step into the realm of implicit functions, where equations aren't explicitly defined. Master the technique of implicitly differentiating these functions, crucial for tackling advanced calculus problems and scenarios.

WASAY H

## 10-day Introduction to Calculus!

Starts

Are you planning to take Calculus classes? In this series, I'll give you the conceptual understanding and the practical strategies that will allow you to succeed in your high school classes, especially for AP Calculus AB and BC. For 10 days, I'll do my best to combine theory with practice, understanding together the material and working together on questions. In the process, I promise you that you will have a lot of fun! All sessions will be very interactive, insightful, and fun! I hope that at the end of the series, you will leave our virtual classroom with a calculus enthusiasm and knowledge that will fuel your high school calculus journey!

Luca G

## Introduction to Calculus AB

Starts

In this series we will cover a rough introduction of calculus, including the ideas of limits, differentiation, and integration. This series will cover these topics at the level of AP Calculus AB, and can serve either as preparation for AP Calculus AB or review for AP Calculus BC.

Piyush M

## AP Calculus AB/BC Summer Units 2 and 3

Starts

In this series, units 2 and 3 from the AP Calculus AB/BC curriculum will be covered. Topics are about derivatives. There will be many formulas and theorems that will be taught throughout the series.

Jiarui X

## Learn AP Calculus BC in 60 days!

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Covers all the contents from AP Calculus BC in the period of two months; please view the descriptions of each session to see what is covered. Online sessions are going to be fast paced, so it is important that you take notes. Expect to participate regularly, and give ideas when asked about a math problem you might not know how to answer. Because the AP Calculus Exams don’t require a full understanding of proofs of basic derivatives and integrals, I unfortunately won’t be covering them(though it may be a good idea to).

William B