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grayfalcon89
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So AP exam's is in a week! I think now is time to add last minute touch to things that you need to know for BC calculus exam.

Let's make a list. What you can do is like copy from previous poster's list and just add your own (please do not repeat). Also, try to be detailed as possible (i.e. no limit, derivative, integral, series... --> that's kind of too wide area).

I'll go on first.

L'Hopital's Rule

Area, volume

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

Trapezoidal Sum vs. Riemann Sum

Harmonic Series

p-Series

Convergence test (a_{n+1}/a_n)

e^x = x^0/0!+x^1/1!+x^2/2!+x^3/3!+....

Integral of Trig Functions

Integral and Derivatives of b^u where b = number

Let's make a list. What you can do is like copy from previous poster's list and just add your own (please do not repeat). Also, try to be detailed as possible (i.e. no limit, derivative, integral, series... --> that's kind of too wide area).

I'll go on first.

L'Hopital's Rule

Area, volume

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

Trapezoidal Sum vs. Riemann Sum

Harmonic Series

p-Series

Convergence test (a_{n+1}/a_n)

e^x = x^0/0!+x^1/1!+x^2/2!+x^3/3!+....

Integral of Trig Functions

Integral and Derivatives of b^u where b = number

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## Replies to: Checking everything for BC Calc..

180Junior MemberArea, volume

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

Trapezoidal Sum vs. Riemann Sum

Harmonic Series

p-Series

Convergence test (a_{n+1}/a_n)

e^x = x^0/0!+x^1/1!+x^2/2!+x^3/3!+....

Integral of Trig Functions

Integral and Derivatives of b^u where b = number

The "infinity-th" root test for convergence

Maclaurin series for sin(x) and cos(x)

Euler's method

exponential growth

integration by parts

integration by trigonometric substitution

integration by partial fractions

integrals and derivatives of parametrically defined functions

integrals and derivatives of polar funcitons (also finding the area bound by --polar functions)

Lagrange error bound

integral test for convergence of an infinite series

direct comparison test for convergence of an infinite series

derivatives of implicitly defined functions

slope fields

1,667Senior MemberArea, volume

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

Trapezoidal Sum vs. Riemann Sum

Harmonic Series

p-Series

Convergence test (a_{n+1}/a_n)

e^x = x^0/0!+x^1/1!+x^2/2!+x^3/3!+....

Integral of Trig Functions

Integral and Derivatives of b^u where b = number

The "infinity-th" root test for convergence

Maclaurin series for sin(x) and cos(x)

Euler's method

exponential growth

integration by parts

integration by trigonometric substitution

integration by partial fractions

integrals and derivatives of parametrically defined functions

integrals and derivatives of polar funcitons (also finding the area bound by --polar functions)

Lagrange error bound

integral test for convergence of an infinite series

direct comparison test for convergence of an infinite series

derivatives of implicitly defined functions

slope fields

Taylor Series