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Calculus

Calculus - 3rd edition

Calculus - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 9781603284523
ISBN10: 1603284524
Calculus by Brusoe - ISBN 9781603284523
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 3RD 17
Copyright: 2017
Publisher: CPM Educational Program
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Calculus by Brusoe - ISBN 9781603284523
ISBN13: 9781603284523
ISBN10: 1603284524
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 3RD 17
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Summary

Calculus covers all content required for the AP Calculus Test - both AB and BC. The course starts with five major problems that introduce the following big ideas of calculus: optimization, limits, differential equations, exponential functions, the relationship between distance and velocity, piecewise functions, volumes of revolution, volumes by slicing, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Each of these five major problems is revisited again later in the course for students to solve using new calculus knowledge.

Each chapter reviews the concepts developed previously and builds on them. The curriculum contains several key labs and hands-on activities throughout the course to introduce concepts, such as when students recognize that the rate of a walker relates to the slope of a graph in the ''Slope Walk.'' Labs also develop conceptual understanding, such as when the students discover instantaneous velocity in the ''Ramp Lab.'' Students learn about derivatives and integrals simultaneously during the first four chapters and both are presented geometrically and in context.