Also, 2012 AP FRQ #4 a, b, & c should be complete for tomorrow.
You can use the link below to the question (#4).
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/repository/ap2012_calculusab_frq.pdf
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Today students worked in groups of 34 to check their book assignment 4.1. In their group, students had the opportunity to ask questions of their peers and teacher. Collectively we went over #70. Students also worked on their WS Accumulating Area. The first two pages need to be completed, and you may move on to page 3.
Also, 2012 AP FRQ #4 a, b, & c should be complete for tomorrow. You can use the link below to the question (#4). http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/repository/ap2012_calculusab_frq.pdf After our 5 question warmup, we went over 3 more review questions from 4.1. We also did another inverse problem from 5.3. We went over any questions before the quiz. Students had 30 minutes for the quiz.
Tonight's homework is to complete page 1 & 2 of the Area Accumalation Packet. Bring this and your books tomorrow to class. After our five question warmup, we went over WS #2 Antiderivatives (both sides). We also used about 10 minutes to do some practice problems on antiderivatives.
Tonight's homework is to complete book assignment 4.1. The 2012 AP Free Response question 4ac is due this Friday, February 1st. Tomorrow I will collect the 4 worksheets from last week: WS 5.3, WS Antivderivative Basics, WS 4.1/Inverses & WS Antivderivative (1  10 & 1  16). Quiz on 5. While I was at a District STEM meeting today, students worked on a review worksheet of antiderivatives and inverse functions & their derivatives. Students should have #1, 2, & 6 completed on the WS Antiderivatives #2. The book work for 4.1 should also be completed. We will answer any questions with the worksheet and book 4.1 tomorr
After our 5 question warmup, we went over the worksheet Antiderivative Basics. The went through at least a dozen new examples of finding the antiderivative. Students are to complete both sides of the worksheet they received today and may start working on the 4.1 book assignment. Please bring your book to class on
After completing our 5 warmup questions we went over WS 5.3 (6  12). Then we discussed what is an antiderivative and different basic antiderivative rules. Tonight's homework is to complete the Worksheet Antiderivative Basics.
You can view more examples with the videos below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFY5MQlrF_Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UN54rR4T4MQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvdl4XdeNDI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YOZA2EFcKs Additional notes at the link below http://www.sparknotes.com/math/calcab/introductiontointegrals/section1.rhtml After our 5 question warmup, we went over how to graph an inverse on the TI84. We used the graph to determine if our inverse was correct and used the dy/dx feature (2nd trace) to calculate the derivative and the derivative of the inverse at the inverse point.
Tonight's homework is to complete WS 5.3 and to do 13 on today's Worksheet Inverse Functions. Have a TINspire CX? Steps to graph an the inverse are in the video link below. http://media4math.com/media/PopUpVideoWindowsWithYouTubeVideos/CXLinearFunctionsAndInverses.html After getting new seats for second semester, we completed our 5 questions warmup. Students received their final exams and we addressed any questions on them. Then we discussed what is an inverse and some of its qualities. We looked at the derivative of the inverse function at the inverse point and noted the it was the reciprocal of the derivative of the original function at its inverse point.
For homework, students are to complete 16 on WS 5.3. Need more examples, check out these videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSmFzOpxhbY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt0L3wDHqm8 Want to try some more problems? Use the link below http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/3/inverse.1/index.html Today we went over the final exam review packet and answered questions. Last Friday's quiz was returned to students. Grades have been updated in Infinite Campus if you want to check your current grade.
After completing our 5 question warmup, we went over the Chapter 3 test. We also went over answers and any remaining questions on book assignments 5.4 and 5.5. We also went over questions on the final exam review packet. Final exam is this Wednesday, January 16th for period 1 AP Calculus and on Friday, January 18th for periods 5 and 7. 28 questions with no calculator and 17 with a calculator (90 minute testing period). Students also completed their quiz from last Friday.
Tonight's homework is to complete the review packet. Looking for another review for the final? Check out the following link (you may skip 8, 9, 13, & 14). It includes the solutions! http://s3.amazonaws.com/cramsterresource/22754_140webfnl082.pdf The following link is a good study guide. It has all the topics in one place. No need to study integrals, we'll get to that second semester. http://jeffyoshimura.com/files/Calculus%20BC%20Final%20Exam%20Study%20Guide%20%20semester%201%20v1.3b.pdf 
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