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### Master AP Calculus! | Calculus AB Full Course

Mr. Oaks
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This is a complete and rigorous Calculus AB course. We focus on all topics necessary to ace the AP exam, while making sure to build a deep understanding and appreciation for the art of calculus.

#### Class Experience

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12 units//50 lessons//25 Weeks
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Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.2rem;line-height:2rem;font-weight:500;letter-spacing:0.1rem;display:none;font-weight:700;}@media (max-width:767.95px){.css-ddr7uv{display:inherit;color:#1A1a1a;padding-left:16px;padding-right:16px;font-size:16px;}}Limits and Continuity.css-1eswbhu{padding:16px;border-radius:16px;background-color:white;margin-top:16px;}.css-g8s3lw{display:grid;grid-gap:0;grid-template-columns:96px 1fr;margin-top:0rem;} .css-1ak6lo7{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.2rem;line-height:2rem;font-weight:500;letter-spacing:0.1rem;text-transform:uppercase;border-bottom:1px solid;border-color:#E0E0E0;color:#5C5C5C;padding:0 0 5px 16px;}@media (max-width:767.95px){.css-1ak6lo7{padding:0 0 5px 8px;}}Week 1.css-199df33{display:grid;grid-template-columns:96px 1fr 40px;grid-gap:16px;padding-top:8px;}@media (max-width:767.95px){.css-199df33{grid-template-columns:96px 1fr 28px;grid-gap:8px;}}.css-12h69r9{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.2rem;line-height:2rem;font-weight:500;letter-spacing:0.1rem;text-transform:uppercase;color:#004a77;line-height:24px;font-weight:700;}Lesson 1.css-t78n9j{color:#1A1a1a;}Limits and ContinuityLesson 2Limits and Continuity Week 2Lesson 3Limits and ContinuityLesson 4Limits and ContinuityUnit 2What is the Derviative?4 lessons2 WeeksWhat is the Derviative? Week 3Lesson 5What is the Derviative?Lesson 6What is the Derviative? Week 4Lesson 7What is the Derviative?Lesson 8What is the Derviative?Unit 3Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig Functions6 lessons3 WeeksBasic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig Functions Week 5Lesson 9Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig FunctionsLesson 10Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig Functions Week 6Lesson 11Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig FunctionsLesson 12Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig Functions Week 7Lesson 13Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig FunctionsLesson 14Basic Differentiation Rules for Polynomials, Rationals/Roots, Trig FunctionsUnit 4Differentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's Rule4 lessons2 WeeksDifferentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's Rule Week 8Lesson 15Differentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's RuleLesson 16Differentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's Rule Week 9Lesson 17Differentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's RuleLesson 18Differentiation of Exponents, Logarithms, & L'Hospital's RuleUnit 5Curve Sketching4 lessons2 WeeksCurve Sketching Week 10Lesson 19Curve SketchingLesson 20Curve Sketching Week 11Lesson 21Curve SketchingLesson 22Curve SketchingUnit 6Implicit Differentiation4 lessons2 WeeksImplicit Differentiation Week 12Lesson 23Implicit DifferentiationLesson 24Implicit Differentiation Week 13Lesson 25Implicit DifferentiationLesson 26Implicit DifferentiationUnit 7Approximation Methods4 lessons2 WeeksApproximation Methods Week 14Lesson 27Approximation MethodsLesson 28Approximation Methods Week 15Lesson 29Integration & the Fundamental Theorem of CalculusLesson 30Integration & the Fundamental Theorem of CalculusUnit 8Integration & the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus2 lessons1 WeekIntegration & the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Week 16Lesson 31Integration & the Fundamental Theorem of CalculusLesson 32Integration & the Fundamental Theorem of CalculusUnit 9The 2nd Fundamental Theorem of Calculus4 lessons2 WeeksThe 2nd Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Week 17Lesson 33The 2nd Fundamental Theorem of CalculusLesson 34The 2nd Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Week 18Lesson 35The 2nd Fundamental Theorem of CalculusLesson 36The 2nd Fundamental Theorem of CalculusUnit 10More Integrals6 lessons3 WeeksMore Integrals Week 19Lesson 37More IntegralsLesson 38More Integrals Week 20Lesson 39More IntegralsLesson 40More Integrals Week 21Lesson 41More IntegralsLesson 42More IntegralsUnit 11Area and Volume4 lessons2 WeeksArea and Volume Week 22Lesson 43Area and VolumeLesson 44Area and Volume Week 23Lesson 45Area and VolumeLesson 46Area and VolumeUnit 12Course Review4 lessons2 WeeksCourse Review Week 24Lesson 47Course ReviewLesson 48Course Review Week 25Lesson 49Course ReviewLesson 50Course Review`
`B.S. Mathematics, 14 years teaching in homeschool and co-op settings`
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50% of the grade is from the mastery checks. Each mastery check is given either full or zero credit: the student must correctly answer 4 of the 5 questions on the mastery checks to get credit, but may attempt the mastery check up to three times. The other 50% of the grade is from their test scores. All mastery checks and tests are completed outside of class. Thus, grading depends on the honors system, and I expect the utmost integrity from my students.```
`Students should have strong skills in algebra, function analysis, and trigonometry. A student who has completed a standard pre-calculus course should be ready for calculus.`
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`.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}The homework packets, mastery checks, and tests are all sourced from flippedmath.com.`
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###### Bachelor's Degree.css-1x99zyk{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.6rem;line-height:1.5;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:0;} in Mathematics from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
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#### \$32

weekly or \$800 for 50 classes
2x per week, 25 weeks
45 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 15-18
4-8 learners per class

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