Weeks 34 though the end of the year (This begins with Monday April 25)
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Check homework 


Count Down: 6 days until the AP Test 
Review of applications of derivatives + differentials 


Discussion of problems 


Problem assignments P 155 #107109, P 216 #15, 16, 18, P 233 #714, P 235 #22, 30 
Tues 
Questions???? 


Count Down: 5 days until the AP Test 
Presentation of problems 


Quiz on apps and differentials 


Problems on integrals 
Wed 
Check homework 


Count Down: 4 days until the AP Test 
Review of integration techniques 


Discussion of problems 


Problems assignments 
Thur 
Questions??? 


Count Down: 3 days until the AP Test 
Presentations 


Quiz on applications of integrals 


Problems – apps of integrals 
Fri 
Check homework 


Count Down: 2 days until the AP Test 
Review of applications of integrals 


Discussion of problems 


Problem assignments 
Mon 
Questions 


Count Down: 1 days until the AP Test 
Presentations 


Quiz on applications of integration 


Last min ideas, questions and details 
Tue 
AP CALCULUS TEST at 8 AM 




Wed 
Debriefing – survey sheet 




Thurs 
Begin projects if not in AP Physics 
Review for the AP Physics Exam if in AP Physics 






Fri 
SPRING FLING 

5/6 


Mon 
Begin projects if not in AP Physics 
Review for the AP Physics Exam if in AP Physics 
Tue 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Wed 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Thurs 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 



Fri 
Daily Status Report 

5/13 

Work on Final Projects 



Mon 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Tue 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Wed 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Thurs 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Fri 
Daily Status Report 

5/20 

Work on Final Projects 



Mon 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Tue 
Daily Status Report 



Work on Final Projects 
Wed 
PROJECT DUE!!!! 



Presentations if any 
Thurs 





Fri 


5/27 








Weeks 33 through 35 (Note that this begins with April 18…scroll down to see the week of April 11)
Review for the AP Calculus Test
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 

NO SCHOOL 
4/18 

ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES THAT FOLLOW ARE CHANGEABLE DAILY DEPENDING ON RESULTS OF THE MOCK EXAM GIVEN THE PREVIOUS WEEK 

Please note that almost all of the ahead is slightly changed 
Problems assignments come from the review packs, the text and the AP Concept review topics. Please bring all of them every day. 
Tues 
Stickies from Mock AP Multiple choice exercises…we will discuss until 8:30 



Review of limits – assignment of probs 


P 88 #47 to 52: P 153 #6, 8, 10 
Wed 
Presentation of problems 


Holiday assignment due (complete corrections from the AP Calc mock exam MC problems) 



Questions 


Limits quiz (10 points) 


Differentiation problems: P 153 # 1732, 4157, 6580, 99104 
Thur 
Check homework 


After school AP help…3 to 4 pm 
Review of differentiation 


Discussion of problems 


Problem assignments 
Fri 
Questions??? 



Presentations of problems 


Diff quiz 


Applications of derivatives problems 
Mon 
Check homework 



Review of applications of derivatives + differentials 


Discussion of problems 


Problem assignments 
Tues 
Questions???? 



Presentation of problems 


Quiz on apps and differentials 


Problems on integrals 
Wed 
Check homework 



Review of integration techniques 


Discussion of problems 


Problems assignments 
Thur 
Questions??? 


AP CALC AFTERSCHOOL – would you like a second mock exam? 
Presentations 


Quiz on applications of integrals 


Problems – apps of integrals 
Fri 
Check homework 



Review of applications of integrals 


Discussion of problems 


Problem assignments 
Mon 
Questions 



Presentations 


Quiz on applications of integration 


Last min ideas, questions and details 
Tue 
AP CALCULUS TEST at 8 AM 




Wed 
Debriefing – survey sheet 




Thurs 
Begin projects if not in AP Physics 
Review for the AP Physics Exam if in AP Physics 






Fri 
SPRING FLING 

Week 30 through 32 – March 29 to April 15
For a peek beyond weeks 30  32, click here.
Define exponential functions of bases other than e
Differentiate and integrate exponential
functions that have bases other than e
Use exponential functions to model COMPOUND INTEREST and EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
Solve a simple, differential equation by applying separation of variables
Model growth and decay in applied problems using exponential functions
Find particular solutions of diffeQs by using initial/boundary conditions
Recognize and solve DiffeQs that can be solved by sep. of variables
Use a differential equation to model and solve applied problems
Memorize basic differentiation and integration formulas for inverse trig. Functions (eg: arcsin x)
Find the area between two curves or two intersecting curves by integration.
DESCRIBE INTEGRATION AS AN ACCUMULATION PROCESS!!!!!!!
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Wed 
Check homework 

3/23 

Discuss problems 


Area between two curvesJ Practice: P 418 #110 
Thurs 


3/24 

More area between two curves Possible homework assignment: P 418 #1545 odd (due next Th as a “regular assignment” in your notes 
Mon 

NO SCHOOL 






Tues 

NO SCHOOL 




PLEASE NOTE THAT $$ FOR THE AP TEST MUST BE IN BY WED 3/30 TO MRS. MINARD 

Wed 
Welcome to the fourth quarter!!!! 



Lecture from those who were here last Thursday 


Integration as an accumulation process 


Practice: P 418 # 16 – 40 EVEN (due Friday) 
Thur 
Quiz – Memorization of integrals and derivatives Check of holiday assignment 






Problems from previous assignments???? 


Discussion: Volume of a rotated area 



Fri 
Regular quiz on finding area between two curves 



Problems from previous assignments???? (Up to 8:30) 


More about volume 


Practice: P 428 # 721 ODD 
Mon 
Test Review sheets handed out in some form 


Practice: P 419 # 4150, 57, 58 
Practice: P 428 # 1, 3, 5, 721odd 


Practice: P 429 # 2339 ODD 


Review of concepts on Wednesday’s test 
Tues 

Problems with P 428 # 721 Odd ??? 


Problems session 
Wed 




FULL PERIOD TEST – Calc. eligible…Sections 5.6 – 5.9 and 6.1 – 6.2…Last “regular” test of the year!!!!1 
Thur 
Return of tests 


AFTERSCHOOL HELP DAY!!! 
Prep for mock AP exam 
Fri 
Mock AP EXAM 



45 min – No calculator – MC (28 questions) 
Mon 
Mock AP EXAM 



50 min – Calculator – MC (17 questions) 
Tue 
Mock AP EXAM 



45 min – Calculator – FR (3 questions) 
Wed 
Mock AP EXAM 



45 min – No calculator – FR (3 questions) 
Thurs 
Results of exam 


AFTERSCHOOL HELP DAY!!! 
Beginning of review 


Practice assignment over long weekend – corrections of missed MC questions 
Fri 

NO SCHOOL 
Over the holiday:
1. We didn’t quite hit the 90% mark, so memorize the derives. and integrals for Thursday the 31 of March.
2. Last test is on Wednesday April 6.
3. Regular homework assignment P 418 #1539 ODD and 4146 due Friday April 1 (not handed in, just in your notes).
Week 29 – March 2125
For a peek beyond week 29, click here.
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Fri (Last week) 
Immediately either begin Friday’s assignment or take retest 
(Students taking the retest are still responsible for Friday’s assignment, but will have to do it over the weekend) 



Mon 
Check of homework P 378 #5568, 103 P 386 #4155 odd 






Discuss diff. of and integration of inverse trig functions and memorize everything that you have yet to memorize that you need to!!!!!!!!!! (see P 391) 
Tue 
Check homework Quiz – have you memorized this stuff yet??? Class avg of 90% on this quiz means no AP Calc over Easter break 



Discuss integration 


Practice: P 393 #110 
Wed 
Check homework 



Discuss problems 


Area between two curvesJ Practice: P 418 #110 
Thurs 
Quiz next Thurs – have you memorized this stuff yet??? Class avg of 90% on this quiz means no AP Calc over Easter break 



More area between two curves Possible homework assignment: P 418 #1539 odd 
Week 28 – Mar 14 to 18
For a peek beyond week 28, click here.
Define exponential functions of bases other than e
Differentiate and integrate exponential
functions that have bases other than e
Use exponential functions to model COMPOUND INTEREST and EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
Solve a simple, differential equation by applying separation of variables
Model growth and decay in applied problems using exponential functions
Find particular solutions of diffeQs by using initial/boundary conditions
Recognize and solve DiffeQs that can be solved by sep. of variables
Use a differential equation to model and solve applied problems
Memorize basic differentiation and integration formulas for inverse trig. Functions (eg: arcsin x)
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Review – solving diffeQs 


Solution to #55 On P 357 
Discussion: DiffEqs 


Practice: P 358, 359 #79, 80, 85, 87, 8992 and P 366 #123 ODD 
Tue 
Check yesterday’s homework (will come around to check) – P 358 #80, 90, 92 on board 



Discussion…problems from yesterday, then more about DiffeQs 


Practice: P 366, 367 #2932, 3347 ODD, 42 
Wed 




Short discussion on particular solutions 


P 377 #16, 1318, 3142 



Thurs 
Check homework – homework sheets 



P 378 #5568, 103 


Prep for retest 
Fri 
Immediately either begin Friday’s assignment or take retest 
(Students taking the retest are still responsible for Friday’s assignment, but will have to do it over the weekend) 



Mon 
Check of homework – I will come around to check Th and Fri assignments 



Discuss diff. of and integration of inverse trig functions 






Week 27 – Mar 7 to 11
For a peek beyond week 27, click here.
KEENEY $$ SCALE FOR REST OF YEAR:

K$ to buy out 
K$ to buy 100% 
On a homework 
10, 000 
20,000 
On a quiz 
20,000 
35,000 
On a test 
90,000 
145,000 
KEENEY $$ AT PRESENT BESIDE YOUR INITIALS
48 200 AC
112 770 RC
72 945 MC
82 295 TG
63 795 DH
72 745 HK
53 300 EL
92 345 DL
72 820 DM
82 845 BM
87 845 NS
57 585 CW
Define exponential functions of bases other than e
Differentiate and integrate exponential functions that have bases other than e
Use exponential functions to model COMPOUND INTEREST and EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Three prep. Test questions 



Review for test (Tuesday) 
Tue 
Full period test 




Wed 
List and copy basic rules for differentiating and integrating non e based logs 



Introduce purpose and examples of practical uses 


More examples 


Practice: P 357 #523 ODD, 4155 ODD, 6167 ODD 
Thurs 
Check homework sheets and actual check 



Discuss homework for a ltd amount of time 


P 358 #6975, 77, 78, 87, 8992, 97 
Fri 
Check homework sheets– no homework quiz 



Discuss homework challenges 


Discuss DiffEQs, growth and decay 


Practice: P. 366 #19 ODD, 1518, 21, 23, 2935 
Mon 
Check homework sheets and actual check 






Practice: P 366 #3642 



Week 26 Feb 28 to March 4
For a peek beyond week 26, click here.
Use change of variables and/or pattern recognition to evaluate indefinite integrals.
Evaluate definite integrals using change of variable (substitution) or properties of even and odd functions
Approximate definite integrals using the trapezoid rule
Analyze the error in an approximation using the trapezoid rule.
Develop and use the properties of the natural logarithmic function
Understand the definition of e
Find derivatives of functions involving ln
Use the Log Rule For Integration to evaluate rational functions
Integrate trig functions
Verify that a function is the inverse of another function
Determine if a function has an inverse
Find the derivative of an inverse function
Develop, state and apply properties of e, the inverse of ln
Differentiate e
Integrate e
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Actual homework check – I’m coming around to look at itJ + Check work with sheets 



Quick review of derivatives and integrals of ln 

NOTE: Sec 5.3 is all review, so it will be covered quickly. 
Inverse functions: 1. Definition 2. Existence of an inverse function 3. How to find an inverse function 4. Derivative of an inverse function 5. Practice 


Practice: P 338 #1, 4, 7, 916, 17, 19, 22, 2941 odd 
Tue 
NO CLASS  LATE OPENING 










Wed 
Check homework 


Today’s notes 
Maybe 10 min looking at homework 


Exponential function: e



P 347 #117 ODD, 1921, 25, 27, 37, 3947 ODD, 65, 8791 ODD 
Thurs 
Check homework 



Discuss homework 


Practice: P 347 #216 EVEN, 20, 26, 28, 30, 38, 4957 odd, 59, 61, 69, 8898 EVEN 



Fri 
Homework Quiz 



Discuss homework 

No Club period Friday 
Pass out practice test – Actual test next Tuesday – THIS IS A NO CALCULATOR TEST 
For a peek beyond week 25, click here.
Week 25
Feb 21 – 25
Chapter 5 is an exercise in “tying up the loose ends” left in the first four chapters. It will expose some weaknesses, and extend what we have learned.
Use change of variables and/or pattern recognition to evaluate indefinite integrals.
Evaluate definite integrals using change of variable (substitution) or properties of even and odd functions
Approximate definite integrals using the trapezoid rule
Analyze the error in an approximation using the trapezoid rule.
Develop and use the properties of the natural logarithmic function
Understand the definition of e
Find derivatives of functions involving ln
Use the Log Rule For Integration to evaluate rational functions
Integrate trig functions
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Graph 1/x by creating a table from 5 to 5 and graphing the points. 



Discussion: Props of ln, e, and the derivative of ln – rules to memorize 


Practice: P 321 #711, 1333 odd, 4559 odd 
Tue 
Check homework 



Homework problem problems 


Misc discussion topics 


Practice: P 321 # 4660 E, 6170, 98 
Wed 
Check homework 



Homework problems problems 


Discussion: Integration of 1/x 


Practice: P 330 #127 ODD, 37, 41, 43 
Thurs 
Quiz – Props and derivatives of ln Check homework 


Notes from today’s class 
Discuss homework on a limited basis 


Discussion: Integrating trig functions 


Practice: P 330 # 228 E (except 14, 16, 18) , 2935 ODD, 39, 4650 – Due Monday 
Fri 
Quiz – homework quiz Check homework – Cancelled due to game – good luck guys! 



Homework Problem problems 


P 331 #7176, 77, 79, 8184 



Beyond Week 25 – Rest of the Year! (This is a rough guestimate)
AP Calc 








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6.1 cont 

6.2 
31 
4 
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6 
7 
8 



TEST 
Prep for Practice Exam 
Practice 
32 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

Exam 
4 days?? 
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REVIEW 
x 
33 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 

x 
REVIEW 
REVIEW 
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34 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 

REVIEW 
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REVIEW 
35 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

Last min 
AP CALC 
Debrief 
AP Phys 
AP Phys 

ideas 
EXAM 

or Proj. 
or Proj. 
36 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

AP Phys 
Project 
Project 
Project 
Project 

or Proj. 




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16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

Project 
Project 
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38 
23 
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26 
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Project 
Project 
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Project 
Project 
Note that your fourth quarter grade will be determined between
March 29 and May 2, and that most of that time is review.
Week 24…Feb 14 to 18
DANGER!!!!! Chapter 5 is on the horizon…best of luck to you!
Use change of variables and/or pattern recognition to evaluate indefinite integrals.
Evaluate definite integrals using change of variable (substitution) or properties of even and odd functions
Approximate definite integrals using the trapezoid rule
Analyze the error in an approximation using the trapezoid rule.
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
P 288 Exploration at the bottom of the page 



Discussion: Odd and even functions and applications 


Practice: P 297299 #3040 even, 5154, 9194, 103, 104107 
Tue 
Repeat quiz – basin evaluation of definite integrals by substitution 



Homework problem problems 


Begin discussion – The trapezoid rule 


Practice: P 305 #14 Trapezoid Rule only 
Wed 
Check homework 



Homework problems problems 


Trapezoid Rule – Approximations of errors 


Practice: P 305 #519, 37, 43, 44 
Thurs 
Check homework 



Discuss homework on a limited basis 


NEW CHAPTER – TOUGHEST IN THE BOOK! 


Review of logs worksheet 
Fri 
Quiz – part homework quiz 



Natural Logs  ln 


Practice from both sec 5:1 and 5:2 TBA 
Week 23…Feb 7 to Feb 11
Reward possible on FridayJ
Write the general solution for a differential equation
Apply indefinite integral notation and basic integration rules to find antiderivatives
Find a particular solution for a differential equation
Use sigma notation to write and evaluate a sum
Approximate the area of a plane region
Understand the definition of a Riemann sum
Evaluate a definite integral using limits and/or properties of definite integrals (tested this Moday and Tuesday)
Use change of variables and/or pattern recognition to evaluate indefinite integrals.
Use the General Power Rule of Integration
Evaluate definite integrals using change of variable (substitution) or properties of even and odd functions
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Full Period Exam on italicized skills above 










Tue 
15 min AP FR test question 



Pass back Monday’s test and results 


Begin discussion – The “Chain Rule” of integration: Integration by substitution. 


Practice: P 297 #16 
Wed 
Check homework 



Continued examples and discussion of integration by substitution 


Practice: P 297 #739 
Thurs 
Check homework 



Discuss homework on a limited basis 


Practice: P 297 #840 E 
Fri 
Quiz – part homework quiz + questions that are int. by substitution 



P 298 # 65 – 88 as practice…if we have a great week, we may take the weekend offJ 
Week 22…Jan 31 to Feb 4.
The course is flying as we move from the ez 4 sections in Ch 4 to the tough last 2 sections. Remember the target date for beginning review is April 4…only 2 months from Friday!
Write the general solution for a differential equation
Apply indefinite integral notation and basic integration rules to find antiderivatives
Find a particular solution for a differential equation
Use sigma notation to write and evaluate a sum
Approximate the area of a plane region
Understand the definition of a Riemann sum
Evaluate a definite integral using limits and/or properties of definite integrals
Use change of variables and/or pattern recognition to evaluate indefinite integrals.
Use the General Power Rule of Integration
Evaluate definite integrals using change of variable (substitution) or properties of even and odd functions
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Check homework Do P 285 #5360 



Discuss concepts and additional problems 


Hand out practice problems 


Practice: P 285 #61  65 
Tue 
Check homework 



Take questions 


Study exercises for test tomorrow 
Wed 
Full Period exam 

Thurs 
AP type prob as part of test 



Integration by pattern rec and change of variables  substitution 


Practice P 297 #16 



Fri 
Check homework – put answers on board 



Discuss problem problems 


Assorted problems on P 297 from #7101 






Week 21…It will provide terminology and some theory before we hit Friday’s topic: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. It is a biggie!!!!!
Write the general solution for a differential equation
Apply indefinite integral notation and basic integration rules to find antiderivatives
Find a particular solution for a differential equation
Use sigma notation to write and evaluate a sum
Approximate the area of a plane region
Understand the definition of a Riemann sum
Evaluate a definite integral using limits and/or properties of definite integrals
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
Quick quizipoo on taking the antiderivative of a polynomial. Try P 307 #36 if you want some practiceJ 



Check homework from Friday…questions anyone?? 


Discuss particular solutions for finding C 


Practice: P 250 #5563 and then #4952 



Tue 
Check homework Quiz on antiderivatives of trig 



Discuss basic challenges 


Sums and summation notation 


Practice: P 261 # 711 odd…no need to use graphing calcs unless you want to, and 23, 25 
Wed 
Check homework 



Challenges anyone??? 


Riemann Sums discussion 


P 272 and 273 # 119 odd 
Thurs 
Check homework 



Problem problems? 


More on Riemann sums 


P 272 #422 even, 2331 odd, 45 
Fri 
Check homework Homework quiz – no printed solution sheets allowed!!!!! 



Questions? 


Discuss Fundamental thm of Calculus 


Practice: P 284 # 121 odd 
Write the general solution for a differential equation
Apply indefinite integral notation and basic integration rules to find antiderivatives
Find a particular solution for a differential equation
ACTIVITIES
Day 
Warm Up 
General Activities 
Mon 
NO SCHOOL 













Tue 
NO CLASS 










Wed 
Warm up…what was the function? 



General rules for solving differential equations 


Rules for finding antiderivatives/indefinite integrals 


Practice…P 24nine #1 to 15, 17 to 33 odd 
Thurs 
Check homework 



Discuss basic problems with homework 


Discuss trig functions 


Practice…P 2nine # 16 to 34 even, 35 to 42 
Fri 
Check homework 



Particular solutions for diffequations 


P 250 #55 to 62 