Grade 11-12. Prerequisite is Precalculus and placement. Weighted Grade.
Topics include an in-depth study of a variety of functions and a study of limits. Additionally, differential and integral calculus with applications in optimization, related rates, area, and volume are covered. The demands of this course include analytical reasoning skills and disciplined study habits appropriate for continued success in college. Some independent study is required. This course is equivalent to the traditional college level Calculus I. Students who successfully complete this course and the AP Calculus AB examination may receive college credit and/or higher placement in college. A graphing calculator is required (TI-84 or equivalent is recommended).
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