• Semester Exam Study Guide filled

Posted by David Rau on 12/17/2019
• Week 5: 11/11-11/15

Posted by David Rau on 11/11/2019

11/11

Today we learned how to use derivatives to find limits that initially show as indeterminate forms. it's called L'Hospital's Rule!

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• 11/4-11/8

Posted by David Rau on 11/4/2019

11/4

Today we reviewed MVT, Min max on closed domains and finding absolute minimums and maximums over the entire domain of a function

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11/5

Today we introduced the idea of inflection points and concavity

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11/6

Today we quickly stated how the second derivative helps determine when a critical point is a local min or max.

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We then worked through Ap classroom

11/7

Today we quizzed on probability and combining random variables. We then quickly introduced the idea of the binomial distribution and probability equation

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• Week 3: 10/28-11/1

Posted by David Rau on 10/28/2019

10/28

Today we talked about local linearity, the mean value theorem, and critical points

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10/29

Today we talked about critical points some more and introduced intervals of increasing and decreasing

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10/30

Today we talked about finding intervals of increasing and decreasing further.

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11/1

Today we took a nasty quiz and then working on finding relative minimums and maximums as well as absolute min and max's on closed intervals

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• Week 2: 10/21-10/25

Posted by David Rau on 10/21/2019

10/21

Today we talked about related rates that involve the Pythagorean Theorem

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10/22

Today we talked about the crazy related rates

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Quiz Wednesday on Related Rates

10/25

Today I'm out of town but I know each of you are totally capable of working through these Khan assignments.

The preffered order of completion should be:

1. Approximation with local linearity

2. Using mean value theorem

3. Find critical points

4. increasing/Decreasing intervals

5. Relative minima/maxima

6.  Absolute min max on closed intervals

7. Concavity intro

8. Inflection points intro

9. Find inflection points

• Week 1: 10/14-10/18

Posted by David Rau on 10/14/2019

10/11

today we went over a lot of interpretations of derivatives and introduced related rates

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10/14 NO SCHOOL

10/15

Today we recapped and tried a few more problems from Friday

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10/18

Today we got into related rates in which some problems have one moving variable, and some problems have more than one.

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