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Learning Recommendations: "C+" or higher average in MT350A/B - Pre-Calculus or a "C" or higher average in MT402A/B - Pre-HL Math or MT664A/B - IB Math Analysis and Approaches SL 1.

General Description: This one year course develops the topics of limits, derivatives, and integration and their formulas for algebraic and transcendental functions. This class covers all topics typically covered during the first two quarters of college calculus.

Content:

  • Limits and continuity
  • Derivatives
  • Application of derivatives including related rates, motion, and optimization
  • Indefinite and definite integrals
  • Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
  • First order differential equations and slope fields
  • Volumes of solids of revolutions
  • Integration by parts

Strategies:

Students will learn through a combination of:

  • Teacher-directed instruction
  • Small group investigations
  • Teacher-led investigations

Equipment to be provided by Student: A graphing calculator is required. A TI-brand graphing calculator (not CAS) is the recommended graphing calculator and is used in classroom instruction. If there is a concern about the cost, please see the ASB bookkeeper or your counselor.

The Washington State Technology Standards addressed in this course include: