• Week 8: 9/30-10/4

    Posted by David Rau on 9/30/2019

    9/30

    Today we briefly discussed second derivatives of implicit functions 

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    We then began our study guide for the derivatives test

     

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  • Derivatives Study Guide

    Posted by David Rau on 9/30/2019
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  • Week 7: 9/23-9/27

    Posted by David Rau on 9/23/2019

    9/23

    Today we discussed how to derive logs and exponentials whose base is not e.

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    9/24

    Today we talked about implicit differentiation

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    9/25

    Today we talked about derivatives of inverse functions 

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  • week 6: 9/16-9/20

    Posted by David Rau on 9/16/2019

    9/16

    Today we talked about the quotient rule

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    9/17

    Today we reviewed our khan academies before pressing on further into notes

     

    9/18

    Today we looked at the rest of the trig derivatives and delt with the quotient rule more

     

    9/20

    Today we quizzed and introduced the chain rule for composite functions

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  • Week 5: 9/9-9/13

    Posted by David Rau on 9/9/2019

    9/9

    Today we finished our limits test and continued discussing some introductory ideas of derivatives

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    9/10

    Today we talked about using the definitions of derivatives to express derivatives of particular values

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    9/11

    Today we looked at more basic derivative rules and deriving polynomials

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    9/13

    Today we quizzed and then looked at deriving sine and cosine, as well as exponentials and logarithms

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  • Limits Study Guide Solutions

    Posted by David Rau on 9/3/2019
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  • Week 3: 8/26-8/30

    Posted by David Rau on 8/26/2019

    8/26

    Today we looked at some nasty limits and got our first AP Classroom question set. 

    Work through these carefully and try your best to solve them without a calculator!

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    8/27

    Today we quickly talked about the Intermediate Value Theorem. Essentially, if a function is continuous on a closed x interval, then there is some x value within the interval that produces a y value in the interval of the range. 

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    8/28

    Today we reviewed for our quiz on advanced limits. 

     

    8/30

    Today we quizzed on advanced limits and began studying derivatives!

    The most important thing is we learned is the definition of derivatve, or how to use the slope formula with "one" point!

    From there we found how to find quick derivatives using the power rule

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  • Week 2: 8/19-8/23

    Posted by David Rau on 8/19/2019

    8/19

    Today we talked about the 4 criteria of continuity and limits. 

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    8/20

    Today we talked about infinite limits and limits at infinity!

    The short story is you need to think really big and really small all at the same time, WILD!

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    8/21

    Today we talked a little more about infinite limits

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    8/23

    Today we quizzed on limits and then briefly discussed the squeeze theorem 

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  • Summer Assignment Answers

    Posted by David Rau on 8/12/2019
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  • 8/12-8/16

    Posted by David Rau on 8/12/2019

    8/13

    Today we sped through some essential trigonometry review as well as dove into the introductory concepts of limits. 

    We have many summer assignment Khan's that we have covered that have been made due on Friday. 

    Be sure to keep up and get them done :).

     

    8/14

    Today we reviewed the summer assignment and continued with limits

    Limits Day 2

    We have many summer assignment Khan's that we have covered that have been made due on Friday. 

    Be sure to keep up and get them done :).

     

    8/16

    Today we discussed limits by direct substitution, by factoring, by conjugates, and by trig identities. 

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