Section 1:
Words To Know:
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Practice Test
Which would be considered a secondary source about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln?
a diary entry by a witness to the assassination
an interview with a member of the audience at Fords Theater where Lincoln was shot
an interview with Boo
Table Of Contents- Student Name: Gargi Ramekar Teacher Name: Ms. Smith WORKS CITED INCLUDED Table of contents
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Studying History: History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Geography, Historiography, Bias
TIMELINE
1) Ca 10000 BCE-5000 BCE: Neolithic revolution
2) Ca 5000 BCE: Agriculture began in Mesopotamia
3) Ca 4000 BCE:1900 BCE: Sumerian civilization
4) Ca 3100 BCE: King Menes united upper and lower egypt
5) Ca 3000 BCE: Cuneiform was used
6) Ca 3000-1
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Absolute monarchy, armanda, boyar, divine right, ideal, europe in the early modern era, philip II of spain, rise of absolutism in France, Louis XIV,
Louis XIVs government and his legacy, Feudalism in Europe an
Section 1:
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1. Bias- is a tendency to see some topic or issue in a particular way
2. Anthropology- is the study of human origins, societies and cultures, it examines ways
ancient were different and similar. It also looks into language, custo
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Back from War but Not Really Home Article
Step 1: Read and annotate the article.
It is compared to Odysseus and his journey back home.
Step 2: Summarize the article in 20 words or less.
It is basically putting another story in place of odysseus and his me
Create Your Own Holiday
Think about an event or idea that deserves a holiday. Why do you think it is
holiday worthy? What would you do to celebrate it? What day would it be on?
Write a letter to the president arguing why this event or idea deserves to be
The Cask of Amontillado
Part 1: (paragraphs 1-40 in the CommonLit text)
1. How does the narrator feel about Fortunato? How do you know?
2. What does the narrator have in common with Fortunato?
3. What is the purpose of paragraph 4?
4. What is the meaning
Slope Fields and Eulers
Method
Initial value problems and differential equations can be
illustrated with a slope field.
Slope fields are mostly used as a learning tool and are
mostly done on a computer or graphing calculator, but recent
AP tests have aske
1.2 and 1.3
Finding Limits
Limits
We know from last year that for any function f(x),
if f(x) becomes arbitrarily close to a single number
L as x approaches a number c from either side, the
limit of f(x) as x approaches c is L.
lim f ( x) = L
xc
Finding L
4.5
Integration by U-Substitution
Example:
( x + 2)
5
dx
u du
5
1 6
u +C
6
( x + 2)
6
6
+C
Let u = x + 2
du = dx
The variable of integration
must match the variable in
the expression.
Dont forget to substitute the value
for u back into the problem!
One
BC Calculus Exam Review
I. BIG 7 THEOREMS (be able to state and use theorems especially in justifications)
Intermediate Value Theorem
Extreme Value Theorem
Rolles Theorem
Mean Value Theorem for Derivatives & Definite Integrals
FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF CALCU
9.5 Alternating Series
Test, Root Test, Ratio
Test
Alternating Series
n
" 1 %
Consider the series $ ' . Does it converge or diverge?
n=0 # 2 &
Another way to tell is using the Alternating Series Test.
n
Let an > 0. The alternating series (1) an and (1)
BC Cal Warm-Up
$ 1 6 x 1 '
)
1. Give the value for lim &
x0 8
x (
%
1
2. Evaluate
6
x 2 dx
1
3. The rate at which a bacteria population grows is
proportional to the number of bacteria present. Initially,
there were 1000 bacteria present and the populati
9.2 Series
Infinite Series
Infinite Series a sum of an infinite number of terms in
a sequence
An infinite series converges if it approaches a limiting
value.
Convergent Example:
Divergent Example:
(converges to 1)
(diverges because
sum goes to )
Parti
BC Cal Warm-Up
Order the functions from slowest to fastest-growing as x
approaches in7inity.
ex xx (ln x)x ex/2
Determine whether xln(x) x grows faster than,
at the same rate as, or slower than ex.
LHpitals Rule
Actually, LHpitals Rule was
developed by his teacher
Johann Bernoulli. De lHpital
paid Bernoulli for private
lessons, and then published the
first Calculus book based on
those lessons.
Guillaume De l'Hpital
1661 - 1704
x2 4
Consider: lim
x 2
CALCULUS BC
WORKSHEET ON LHOPITALS RULE
Work the following on notebook paper.
On problems 1 3, find the limit by:
(a) using techniques from Chapter 1
(b) using LHopitals Rule.
x +1 2
2x 6
5 x 2 3x + 1
1. lim 2
2. lim
3. lim
x 3
x 3 x 9
x
x 3
3x 2 5
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Eva
BC CALCULUS
Applications of Derivatives Review
I. KEY CONCEPTS/IDEAS
Acceleration vector
Magnitude of Vectors
Velocity = 0 for vectors/parametrics?
Speed
Tangent lines to Polar/Parametric Equations
Absolute (Global) Extrema
Local (Relative) Extrema
Mean V
BC Calculus
Limits Test Review
I. Concepts/Key Ideas
Limit
Finding Limits Algebraically
Continuity Types of Discontinuity
Intermediate Value Theorem
Vertical Asymptotes
Polar/Parametric Conversi
BC Calculus
Related Rates
1. When a circular bronze shield is heated over a fire, its radius increases at the rate of 1/5 cm/sec. At what rate is the
shields area increasing when the radius is 50 cm?
2. A spherical snowball with an outer layer of ice melt
BC Calculus Basic Integration Test Review
I. Key Concepts/Ideas
Antiderivatives
Differential Equations
o General Solutions
o Particular Solutions
Basic Integration Rules (pg. 383)
o Power rule, trig rules, e, ln, inverse trig, etc.
Definite Integrals