AP  Calculus AB
OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE
Description
Open to:Grades 10  12 
Instruction:Blended Online & Live sessions 
Recommended Plan:Balanced – 7 Months 
Recommended School Credit:This is an AP Calculus course, equivalent to a yearlong Calculus AB sequence. 
AP Calculus AB course is devoted to topics in differential and integral calculus. The AP course covers topics in these areas, including concepts and skills of limits, derivatives, definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. This course teaches students concepts and problems when they are represented graphically, numerically, analytically and verbally, and to make connections amongst these representations.
Each student is assigned to a Stutorialz Tutor to help them during their course. This course is a blend of Live one on one session with the Tutor and Online Self study. Students have up to two live sessions per week with the instructor at preschedule time that works best for the student. Students actively engage with the lectures, interact with online resources, and solve practice tests at the end of each chapter. Computer based interactives and assignments help to reinforce concepts taught in the course. Students/parents can review the progress and access the learning through graded assessments, which include chapter quiz, midterm exams, and a cumulative final
 Functions and Graphs
 What is a Function?
 Graphs of Functions
 Domain, Range, and Zeros
 What is a Function?
 Basic Functions and Transformations
 Addition – Shifting functions up and left
 Subtraction – Shifting functions down or right
 Multiplication – Stretching or compressing functions
 Linear Functions and Mathematical Modeling
 Write the pointslope equation
 Mathematical models  regressions
 Exponential Functions
 Growth and decay functions
 Fitting an exponential model to data
 Modeling radioactive decay
 Compound Interest and the Number
 Compounding interest formula
 Continuous compounding formula
 Inverse Functions
 Horizontal and vertical Line tests
 OneToOne functions
 Logarithms
 Logarithmic functions
 Domain and range of logarithmic functions
 Properties of logarithms
 Changing the base for logarithmic functions
 Combining Functions: Polynomial and Rational Functions
 Evaluating functions/writing formulas for functions
 Polynomial functions/domain, range, zeros
 Graphing polynomial functions/odd and even functions
 Composition of Functions
 Composites – Inner/outer functions
 Composition of inverse functions
 Trigonometric Functions
 Graphs of sine/cosine, period, amplitude, shifts
 Unit circle and special triangles
 Tangent, cotangent, secant, cosecant (as ratios)
 Trigonometric identities
 Chapter 1 – Limits and Continuity
 Chapter 2 – The Derivative
 Chapter 3 – Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions and Other Rules
 Chapter 4 – Implicit Differentiation and Other Differentiation Rules
 Chapter 5 – Graphs of Functions and Their Derivatives
 Chapter 6 – Applications of the Derivative
 Chapter 7 – The Integral
 Chapter 8 – Methods of Integration
 Chapter 9 – First Order Differential Equations
 Chapter 10 – Applications of the Definite Integral
Plan B :Balanced: For Students who want to stay a Touch Ahead

Self Study
45 
LIVE ONE ON ONE SESSION
45 
Self Study
45 
LIVE ONE ON ONE SESSION
45 
Reviews
45
Weekly Commitment  90 mins
Plan C :Classroom: Designed to pace with your school curriculum

Self Study
45 
Self Study
45 
LIVE ONE ON ONE SESSION
60 
Reviews
30
Weekly Commitment  60 mins