AP Calculus BC: Exam Prep
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Course Summary
Get ready for the AP Calculus BC exam by reviewing the lessons and quizzes in this helpful test preparation course. Our learning materials are accessible on your mobile phone or tablet at any time, so you can study at your convenience.to start this course today
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Lesson 1  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus  Take Quiz  
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About This Course
Collegelevel calculus review could not be easier than we make it here. The video lessons in this AP Calculus BC exam preparation course are designed to give you brief lessons on everything differential, integral and polynomial to boost your performance in class and on the exam. Our expert instructors have taught mathematics for years, and the videos come with engaging and memorable graphics to help you remember key topics. Take the selfassessments after each lesson and chapter to gauge your performance in that subject area.
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Syllabus & Course Information
This course covers the types of calculus topics that you'll likely encounter on the day of your AP test. As you work through the course, you'll review essential calculus formulas and improve your problemsolving skills. By the end of the course, you should be able to:
 Evaluate the continuity of functions
 Solve problems involving parametric, vector and polar functions
 Analyze Taylor series
 Approximate definite integrals
 Graph functions
 Find the limits of functions
 Outline derivative properties, applications and points
 Define the fundamental theorem of calculus
 Identify second derivatives
 Understand logarithms and exponentials
 Work with scientific calculators for calculus
 Use polynomials and exponents
 Analyze series and sequences
 Use integration techniques
Course Format
Sectioned into 23 chapters, this course's 160 lessons offer a quick way to improve your calculus knowledge and skills. The lessons come with printable transcripts, as well as short quizzes that help you retain key concepts. We've also included an Ask the Expert feature that you can use if you have any questions about calculus.
AP Calculus BC Exam Information
Students who have taken the AP Calculus BC course in high school will have to sit for the course's standardized assessment. Passing the AP exam can help you earn credit and placement for college.
 Approximate Number of Questions: 51
 Question Types: Multiplechoice and freeresponse
 Time Limit: 3 hours and 15 minutes
 Exam Cost: $94
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