Book Title: AP Calculus AB Lecture Notes: Calculus Interactive Lectures Vol.1
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Rita Korsunsky
This book contains the slides printouts of all the Powerpoint presentations on topics covered by the entire Calculus AB curriculum and tested on the AB Exam. These Lecture Notes can be used for both review and learning, and are a perfect fit for every student no matter their current knowledge of Calculus.
Every example and every lesson targets a specific skill or formula. With this book, you will have every concept you need to know at the tip of your fingers.
These Lecture Notes illustrate every problem, walking you through the procedure step-by-step. Every proof, example, or theorem is explained concisely and accurately there.
This book reflects the recent changes in the College Board requirements for 2018 AP Calculus AB exam.
You can take notes on this book, study from it, and use it as test preparation material for chapter tests as well as for the AP test.
At the end of this book, you will find the list of all the formulas and theorems needed for the AP test.
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Also suggested for success on the AP Exam is Mathboat’s “Multiple Choice Questions to Prepare for the AP Calculus AB Exam”. This book provides the reader with comprehensive practice, which will help the student gain confidence, knowledge and test taking skills necessary to do well on the AP Exam.
The exams in this book are in the same format as the Multiple-choice section of the actual AP Exam. The problems in these exams are similar in their level of difficulty, wording and variety to those on the AP Exam.