AP Calculus Final Review Sheet
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AP Calculus BC Homework Assignment for 2010-2011 Chapters Homework
1. Chapter-1: pp.91-92 (1,3,12,18,21,25,35,41,51,65, and 68) 2. Chapter-2: pp.146-147 ( 2,10,15,21,27,33,45,and 50) pp.154-157 (1,5,15,21,27,32,35,37,45, and 48) 3. p.233: (1,13,21, and 27
Chapter-5 Worksheet 1. Use implicit differentiation to find dy if x ln y = 1 dx
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Find f ' ( x) if f ( x) = ln 2 x 2 + x
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Find f ' ( x) if f ( x) = ln(tan x + sec x)
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Evaluate
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dy 3( x 2 + 5) cos 4 2 x
Chapter-2 Related Rates 1. A rectangular plot of farmland will be bounded on one side by a river on the other three sides by a single strand electric fence. With 1200 m of wire at your disposal what is the largest area you can enclose and what are its dim
Chapter-5 Worksheet 1. Use implicit differentiation to find
dy if x ln y = 1 dx
2.
Find f ' ( x) if f ( x) = ln 2 x 2 + x
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Evaluate
6x
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dx
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Find f ' ( x) if f ( x) = ln(tan x + sec x)
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Evaluate
2 - cos x dx
sin x
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Use logarithmic different
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A man 6 ft tall walks with a speed of 8 ft/sec away from a street light that is atop an 16 ft pole. How fast is the tip of his shadow moving along the ground when He is 100 ft from the light?
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Limits Worksheet
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By definition, if f (x) is continuous at c then lim f (x) = f (c). For most of the functions we encounter in this xc class, the main obstruction to their continuity at c will be zero appearing in the denominator of a fraction when c
MATH 120 Elementary Functions
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In the past weeks, we have considered the use of linear, exponential, power and polynomial functions as mathematical models in many different contexts. Another type of function, call
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Dear Parents and Students, The AP Statistics and AP Calculus AB/BC classes would like to ask for your support. Every year the AP exams are administered in early May. We find that we are pressed for time and could use more
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In the last section we saw that 1 dx = sin-1 (x) + c. 1 - x2
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Dear Del Ebadi, The College Board is pleased to announce that your Statistics course is authorized to use the "AP" designation for the 2007-08 academic year. The College Board applauds and recognizes your efforts to provide your students with the academic
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Blood The probability that a person in the United States has type O positive blood is 38%.
Five unrelated people in the U.S. are selected at random. a. Find the probability that all three have type O positive
AP Stats Chapter9
9.1 Sampling Distributions
Sampling Distribution:
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Chapter 9 Sampling Distributions 9.1 Sampling Distribution 9.1 Making Ball Bearings : A carload lot of ball bearings has mean diameter 2.5003 centimeters (cm). This is
Teaching the Course Instructor: Del Ebadi Office: Room 233 ext. 3324 Overview: Statistics is the science of reasoning from data, so a natural place to begin your study is by examining what is meant by the term "data." The most fundamental principle in sta
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A math teacher gave her class two tests. 25% of the class passed both tests and 42% of the class passed the first test. What percent of those who passed the first test also passed the second test?
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