# AP Calculus A/B/C

AP Calculus A

AP Calculus A is a mathematics course designed to provide students with the prerequisite skills necessary for AP Calculus B and the Advanced Placement exam. This online calculus course addresses various learning styles through projects, discussions, online interactivities, as well as traditional coursework. AP Calculus A students are serious and enthusiastic about learning and are expected to be proactive throughout the entire course. A strong background in Algebra II, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus is necessary in order to be successful in this course. The major topics explored in this calculus course include limits and continuity, derivatives and differentiation techniques, related rates, optimization problems, and numerous applications.

AP Calculus B

AP Calculus B is a mathematics course designed to provide students with the prerequisite skills necessary for AP Calculus C and the Advanced Placement exam (AP Calculus AB). This calculus course addresses various learning styles through projects, discussions, online interactivities, as well as traditional coursework. AP Calculus B students are serious and enthusiastic about learning and are expected to be proactive throughout the entire course. A strong background in AP Calculus A is necessary in order to be successful in this course. The major topics explored in this online calculus course include integration and differentiation techniques, differential equations, areas and volumes of bounded regions, arc length, and surfaces of revolution, and numerous applications.

AP Calculus C

AP Calculus C is a continuation of AP Calculus B and is designed to provide students with the prerequisite skills necessary for the Advanced Placement (AP Calculus BC) exam. This online calculus course addresses various learning styles through projects, discussions, online interactivities, as well as traditional coursework. AP Calculus C students are serious and enthusiastic about learning and are expected to be proactive throughout the entire course. A strong background in AP Calculus B is necessary in order to be successful in this course. The major topics explored in this calculus course include derivatives of vector-valued and parametrically defined functions, integration by partial fractions, improper integrals, series convergence (Taylor and Maclaurin), L'Hopitals Rule, and numerous applications.

All courses are written to California Department of Education
standards and to national standards, as applicable.

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