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We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Calculus curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you’ll see on the calculus exam.

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Analysis of Graphs Limits of Functions Asymptotic & Unbounded Behavior Continuity: Property of Functions Parametric, Polar & Vector Function Concept of the Derivative Derivative at a Point Derivative as a Function Second Derivatives Applications of Derivatives Computation of Derivatives Interpretations & Properties of Definite Integrals Applications of Integrals Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Applications of Antidifferentiation Numerical Approximations to Definite Integ Concept of Series Series of Constants Taylor Series Graphs of Functions Intuitive Understanding: Limiting Process Calculating Limits Using Algebra Asymptotic Behavior: Infinity Continuity Continuity in Terms of Limits Analysis of Planar Curves Derivative Presented Graphically, Numerically & Analytically Derivative Interpreted as Instantaneous Rate of Change Derivative: Limit of the Difference Quotient Differentiability & Continuity Tangent Line - Curve at a Point & Local Linear Approximation Instantaneous Rate of Change Approximate Rate of Change Characteristics of f & f Relationship Between Behavior of f & Sign of f Mean Value Theorem & Geometric Consequences Characteristics: Graphs of f, f & f Relationship Between Concavity of f & Sign of f'' Points of Inflection - Concavity Changes Analysis of Curves Applications of Derivatives Optimization: Absolute & Relative Extrema Modeling Rates of Change Implicit Differentiation & Derivatives of Inverse Functions Derivative as a Rate of Change l'Hôpital's Rule Geometric Interpretation of Differential Equations Derivatives of Basic Functions Rules: Derivative of Sums, Products & Quotients of Functions Chain Rule & Implicit Differentiation Derivatives: Parametric, Polar & Vector Functions Definite Integral - Limit of Riemann Sums Rate of Change of a Quantity/Change of Quantity over Interval Properties of Definite Integrals Appropriate Integrals Evaluate Definite Integrals Representation of Specific Antiderivatives Antiderivatives From Derivatives of Basic Functions Integration by Substitution, Parts & Partial Fractions Improper Integrals Separable Equations & Modeling Riemann & Trapezoidal Sums Series, Convergence, Divergence Motivating Examples Geometric Series with Applications The Harmonic Series Alternating Series - Error Bound Series as Riemann Sums & the Integral Test Ratio Test - Convergence/Divergence Comparison Test Taylor Polynomial Approximation Maclaurin & Taylor Series Maclaurin Series for Basic Functions Manipulating Taylor Series Power Series Defining Functions Radius/Interval of Convergence Lagrange Error Bound