AP Calculus BC Tips

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Written by Tori Hart and Kenneth Choi

How do you find the area enclosed by a polar curve?

Finding the area enclosed by a polar is simple, but you need to be able to visualize counterclockwise rotation!
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How do you take the derivative of a polar equation?

Taking the derivative of a polar equation isn't as straightforward as differentiating both sides... you'll need to do some converting first.
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What is a Critical Point in Calculus?

How to find and understand critical points in calculus?
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What is the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus?

How to understand the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus?
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How to do a Riemann Sum?

How to use a Left Riemann Sum to estimate the area under a curve.
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Pre-AP Calculus BC: What to Know Before Taking the Class

Tips and tricks to help you prepare to take AP Calculus BC.
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How much Calculus AB knowledge do you need to have for the Calculus BC Exam?

How to use your Calculus AB skills for AP Calculus BC.
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How to Do Partial Fractions?

Simple guide to solving problems using the method of partial fractions.
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How is the AP Calculus BC Exam formatted?

A quick guide to the structure of the AP Calculus BC test.
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How To Do Well on the AP Calculus BC Multiple Choice?

Some tips and tricks to help you preform well on the multiple choice section of the AP Calculus BC exam.
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What is the difference between a right and left Riemann Sum?

How to decide if you should use a left or right Riemann sum to solve a problem.
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