This course introduces the ideas of limits, derivatives, integrals, and differential equations. To succeed in this course students must have a solid understanding of algebra and trigonometry, and be able to consistently work with complex algebra at a high level.
This course builds on the ideas taught in Calculus AB, introducing more complex applications for derivatives and differential equations, along with more powerful and difficult methods for integration. Additionally this course introduces the study of sequences and series (specifically the behavior of infinite sequences and series). This is the most challenging AP mathematics course offered.
- AP CALCULUS
- Microeconomics >
- Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts
- Unit 2: Measuring Economic Preformance
- Unit 3: National Income and Price Determination
- Unit 4: Financial Sector
- Unit 5: Inflation, Unemployment, and Stabilization Policies
- Unit 6: Growth and Productivity
- Unit 7: Open Economy: International Trade and Finance
- AP Macro Exam Review
These courses cover the topics tested on the AP Calculus Exams administered by the College Board. Topics include limits, derivatives, integrals, differential equations, and sequences and series.