### Announcements

#### Remote Learning Update -- please see homework page for all assignments

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#### 3rd Quarter Tentative Testing Schedule

#### Test 6 -- Tues 3/3

#### Double period test--

#### Topics: Differential equations unit(including logistic and Euler's method), Parametric and vectors unit, and Polar unit.

#### Test 7 -- Thurs 4/2

#### Quarter Test -- Wed 4/8

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#### 2nd Quarter Tentative Testing Schedule

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#### Test 4 -- Tues 12/17 & Wed 12/18

Three period test --

Single period calculator section (both part 1 and part 2) on Tuesday, December 17th

Double period non-calculator section (both part 1 and part 2) on Wednesday, December 18th

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Topics : Definite integral as it relates to area. Evaluating definite integrals both algebraically and geometrically, including substitution. Evaluating indefinite integrals. Properties of integrals. Rectilinear motion. FTC parts 1 and 2. Average value of a function. Riemann sums and trapezoidal approximation. Writing a limit of a sum as a definite integral and vice versa.

See drive for Practice multiple Choice: practice mc questions for test 4

#### Test 5 -- Wednesday, January 15th

Double Period Test -- Both Calculator and Non-Calculator sections ( each comprised of multiple choice and free response )

Topics : Area and volume, Integration by parts, Integration using partial fractions

See drive for practice m.c.

#### Midterm -- Wednesday, January 22nd

#### Location: Cafeteria

#### Time: 12:15pm - 1:45pm

#### Midterm Seating Chart

#### Format: 90 minute exam consisting of both calculator and

#### non-Calculator sections

#### (each comprised of multiple choice and free response)

Topics: Everything covered through and including all topics on Test 5

Q&A from 11:40-12:40pm on Tuesday 1/21 (go to the math office)

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## Tentative 1st Quarter Testing Schedule

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## Test 1 -- Thursday, September 19th

## Test 2 -- Monday, October 7th

## Topics: Related Rates, Implicit differentiation, Inverse function theorem, logarithmic differentiation, derivatives of inverse trig functions, linear approximation, and using the graphing calculator.

## You also need to know all derivative rules (obviously), derivatives of common functions (exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trig functions, etc.), and definition of derivative is ALWAYS "fair game."

## Test 3 -- Tuesday, October 29th

84 minute, non-calculator exam.

Topics: Optimization, graphing theory, Rolle's and MVT's, L'Hospital's rule. You also need to know all derivative rules (obviously) and definition of derivative is ALWAYS "fair game."

## Quarter Test -- Monday, November 4th

84 minute, non-calculator exam consisting of 33 multiple choice questions.

Topics: All topics covered this quarter