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AP Calculus A/B Sem B

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EdOptions Online Academy (Edmentum)

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10, 11, 12
0.5 (High School)
Advanced Placement
Course Features: - NCAA: The online provider has applied for NCAA approval. Use the NCAA code below and check the DLD NCAA Eligibility page for information on the status of the provider's courses.

NCAA High School Code: 470109

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Terms Available:
  • Spring 2016
Completion Time: 18 weeks, 2-3 submissions per week


Course Cost: $245.00 (Spring 2016)
Materials Cost: None

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AP Exam

This online course does not include the AP exam. If the student's local school does not coordinate AP exams, the student should call AP Central's customer service (1.888.255.5427, then 0) to obtain contact information for coordinators at nearby schools willing to coordinate exams for non-enrolled students. Students will then need to call those coordinators (by early March) to determine if their AP subject exam will be offered (not all coordinating schools offer all possible AP exams). Students should expect to pay all associated exam fees.



AP Calculus A/B Sem A

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Calculus is the mathematics of change. It is used to solve complex problems that are continuously evolving and would otherwise be unsolvable with only algebra and geometry. This online advanced placement course is designed to prepare students to become deep mathematical thinkers. They will explore the calculus concepts of limits, differentiation, and integration and apply those concepts in meaningful ways.
The course is split into two semesters. The first semester focuses on the concepts of functions, limits, and differentiation and their applications. The second semester builds off the first semester to focus on integrations. It will cover topics such as the definite and indefinite integral and their applications, inverse function, and techniques for integrating.

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