# Course: Cracking the AP Calculus AB Exam 2019 • Premium Edition

• Part I Using This Book to Improve Your AP Score
• Part II Practice Test 1
• Part III About the AP Calculus AB Exam
• Part IV Test-Taking Strategies for the AP Calculus AB Exam
• 1 How to Approach Multiple-Choice Questions
• 2 How to Approach Free-Response Questions
• Part V Content Review for the AP Calculus AB Exam
• Unit 1 Differential Calculus Essentials
• 3 Limits
• What Is a Limit?
• Limits of Trigonometric Functions
• 4 Continuity
• The Definition of Continuity
• Types of Discontinuities
• 5 The Definition of the Derivative
• Deriving the Formula
• Differentiability
• 6 Differentiability
• Notation
• The Power Rule
• Higher Order Derivatives
• The Product Rule
• The Quotient Rule
• The Chain Rule
• Derivatives of Trig Functions
• Graphical Derivatives
• 7 Implicit Differentiation
• How to Do It
• Second Derivatives
• Unit 2 Differential Calculus Applications
• 8 Basic Applications of the Derivative
• Equations of Tangent Lines and Normal Lines
• The Mean Value Theorem for Derivatives
• Rolle’s Theorem
• 9 Maxima and Minima
• Applied Maxima and Minima Problems
• Curve Sketching
• 10 Motion
• Related Rates
• Position Velocity, and Acceleration
• 11 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Part One
• The Derivative of ln 𝑥
• The Derivative of 𝑒^𝑥
• The Derivative of log_𝑎(𝑥)
• The Derivative of 𝑎^𝑥
• 12 Other Topics in Differential Calculus
• The Derivative of an Inverse Function
• Differentials
• L’Hôpital’s Rule
• Unit 3 Integral Calculus Essentials
• 13 The Integral
• The Antiderivative
• Integrals of Trig Functions
• 𝑢-Substitution
• 14 Definite Integrals
• Area Under a Curve
• Tabular Riemann Sums
• The Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
• 15 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Part Two
• Inverse Trig Functions
• More Integrals of Trig Functions
• Integrating 𝑒^𝑥 and 𝑎^𝑥
• Unit 4 Integral Calculus Applications
• 16 The Area between Two Curves
• Vertical Slices
• Horizontal Slices
• 17 The Volume of a Solid of Revolution
• Washers and Disks
• Cylindrical Shells
• Volumes of Solids with Known Cross-Sections
• 18 Differential Equations
• Separation of Variables
• Slope Fields

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