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Topics that are covered in the AB course include:
- Analysis of graphs (predicting and explaining behavior)
- Limits of functions (one and two sided)
- Asymptotic and unbounded behavior
- At a point
- As a function
- Higher Order derivatives
- Numerical approximations
- Fundamental theorem of calculus
- L’Hôpital’s rule
Topics that are covered in the Calculus BC course include:
- Convergence tests for series
- Taylor series
- The use of parametric equations
- Polar functions – including arc length in polar coordinates
- Calculating curve length in parametric and function equations
- Integration by parts
- Improper integrals
- Differential equations for logistic growth
- Using partial fractions to integrate rational functions
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