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Flip your classroom and teach AP Calculus remotely! Unit 1 of the course focuses on limits and continuity. Informative videos introduce each lesson's topic, and the resource packets include worksheets, practice solutions, and two...
Learning about end behavior means it's close to the end of the unit. The 16th of 18 lessons in Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity has scholars watch a video to learn how limits at infinity can be used to determine horizontal asymptotes and...
In this algebra instructional activity, students calculate the horizontal asymptote for rational functions, whose leading exponents follow the rules: M = N or M > N. There are 4 questions.
Test the limits of one's knowledge on continuity. The last of 18 installments in Unit 1 - Limits and Continuity is an end-of-unit review learning exercise. Individuals identify and classify discontinuities, investigate continuity at a...
In this review for Calculus BC exam worksheet, students solve sixteen various multiple choice problems. These problems are designed as review and preparation for the AP Calculus Exam.
Get close to your favorite line. Scholars use end behavior to help find horizontal asymptotes. With the understanding of domains of rational functions, learners find vertical asymptotes and then use graphing calculators to verify the...
In this calculus learning exercise, 12th graders answer questions about derivatives, increasing and decreasing functions, relative maximum and minimum and points of inflection. They also sketch the graph of the equation. There are 10...
For this college level Pre-Calculus worksheet students evaluate rational functions, identify the domain, vertical asymptotes, and x- and y-intercepts. The three page worksheet contains forty problems. Answers are provided.
In this calculus worksheet, 11th graders calculate the average value of a function. They find the line tangent to a curve and graph the equation. There are 15 questions.
High schoolers factor polynomials and linear functions and apply concepts of the fundamental theorem of algebra to solve problems. They graph their solutions and analyze the graph.
Students convert quadratic functions from standard form to vertex form. In this algebra lesson, students solve polynomials using synthetic and long division. They derive and apply the remainder theorem and factor theorem.