## AP® Calculus BC

## About this course

- L’Hospital’s Rule
- Parametric Equations
- Introduction to Series
- Series Convergence
- Series Manipulation
- Euler’s Method
- Improper Integrals
- Integration Techniques: Partial Fractions
- Integration Techniques: Integration by Parts
- The Calculus of Polar Functions

## At a glance

Foundational/prerequisite knowledge in Calculus AB and/or BC before attempting these units.

## What you'll learn

- Mastery of concepts from the AP® Calculus BC curriculum
- Build confidence in the material as you learn concepts from experienced AP® Calculus teachers
- Build graphical intuition through interactive graphing
- Practice for your exam with graded exam-style questions (with explanations)
- Parametric Equations: Vicki Carter, AP Calculus Instructor, West Florence High School, Florence, SC
- L’Hospital’s Rule: Mark Howell, AP Calculus Instructor, Gonzaga High School, Washington, DC
- Introduction to Series: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Series Convergence: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Series Manipulation: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Arclength: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Euler’s Method: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Improper Integrals: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Integration Techniques: Partial Fractions: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- Integration Techniques: Integration by Parts: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA
- The Calculus of Polar Functions: Jane Wortman, AP Calculus Instructor, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA

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