Antidifferentiation is an essential tool for evaluating integrals. In fact, you might say that antidifferentiation is pretty much the same thing as finding an indefinite integral. When we antidifferentiate a function, we are simply finding another function whose derivative is equal to the one we started with. What is Antidifferentiation? Antidifferentiation is the reverse of […]
The AP Calculus Exams include many problems involving integrals. In this short review, you’ll see the major topics that you’ll need to be aware of.
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Indefinite integrals make up a substantial part of what is covered on the AP Calculus AB and BC exams. In this review article, we highlight a few concepts and techniques that you’ll need to be familiar with. What are Indefinite Integrals? There are two kinds of integrals, the definite and indefinite integrals. This article only […]
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (FTC) is one of the most important mathematical discoveries in history. You might think I’m exaggerating, but the FTC ranks up there with the Pythagorean Theorem and the invention of the numeral 0 in its elegance and wide-ranging applicability. In this article I will explain what the Fundamental Theorem of […]
College Application season is slowly coming to a close. The first big push for applications happens in November for early deadlines. This momentum carries applicants through University of California November 30th deadlines and Regular Decision deadlines at the beginning of January. But what about schools with later deadlines? It is difficult to remain focused when […]
Related Rates problems are any problems where we are relating the rates of two (or more) variables. They come up on many AP Calculus tests and are an extremely common use of calculus. AP Calculus Review: Related Rates There is a series of steps that generally point us in the direction of a solution to […]
L’Hospital’s Rule is a method for finding the value of certain kinds of limits using derivatives. Read on to find out how it works!
One of the best ways to study for the AP Calculus Free Response Questions is to practice with as many AP exam style problems as you can. Here is a handful of AP Calculus Free Response style practice problems that you can work through, along with the full solutions. These only represent a small fraction […]