Calculus is a year-long course that is comparable to calculus courses at the college or university level. In this course, the technological tools required for exploring, learning, and communicating calculus concepts include Microsoft Word with Microsoft Equation (or its equivalent) for typing math assignments, an approved graphing calculator (see a list of acceptable calculators at College Board AP Central) for the AP Calculus exam, and some type of grapher for creating graphs online such as Graphmatica (Windows) or Grapher (MAC) or an online graphing utility of your choice.
Module 1 - Introduction to Calculus
Module 2 – Limits and Continuity
Module 3 - Applications of Differentiation
Module 4 – Integration
Module 5 – Derivatives and Integrals of Transcendental Functions
Module 6 – Applications of Integration
Module 7 – Differential Equations and Their Application
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