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Preparing for the AP Calculus AB Exam

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Calculus is a collection of methods for learning about functions. Review the basics of limits, derivatives, and integrals and get ready for your AP calc exam!
with Mark HuberCalculus is a collection of methods for learning about functions. Review the basics of limits, derivatives, and integrals and get ready for your AP calc exam!

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Limit questions on the AP calculus exam often arise in the section when you cannot use your graphing calculator. So what can you do? You need to solve by hand!
with Mark HuberLimit questions on the AP calculus exam often arise in the section when you cannot use your graphing calculator. So what can you do? You need to solve by hand!

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Although there are not many continuous function questions on the AP Calculus exam, these tend to be easy, so you want to get them right to score fast points!
with Mark HuberAlthough there are not many continuous function questions on the AP Calculus exam, these tend to be easy, so you want to get them right to score fast points!

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The use of derivatives is at the core of Calculus, and in this lesson, you learn the intuitive notion of derivatives before discovering the formal definition!
with Mark HuberThe use of derivatives is at the core of Calculus, and in this lesson, you learn the intuitive notion of derivatives before discovering the formal definition!

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This calculus lesson covers derivatives of simple functions that are building blocks of all derivatives. Learn the power rule, rules for logarithms, and more.
with Mark HuberThis calculus lesson covers derivatives of simple functions that are building blocks of all derivatives. Learn the power rule, rules for logarithms, and more.
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