AP Calculus and Physics C self study

<p>I need Help, I think I am kinda of lost. I am self studying Calculus BC and Physics C. I already took AP Physics B (3)and AP calculus AB (4, almost a 5), so I know this stuff.
I have the best book you can have for both AP's. </p>

<p>Calculus BC: Calculus and Analytic Geometry (9th Edition)
---what i have done: all AB stuff (review) and Parametric functions.
Physics C: Halliday and Resnick (6th edition)
---what i have done: all B stuff for mechanics, no rotations.</p>

<p>What chapters do I have to do for that book of Calculus??
What are you guys doing for AP physics C/AP Calculus BC??</p>

<p>noone knows?</p>

<p>ok...i will give up i guess....lol please??</p>

<p>Is that Calculus and Analytic Geometry by Finney and Thomas?</p>

<p>If so, then, man, you are in luck. That book is the best.</p>

<p>What you need to study is chapter six, chapter seven, chapter eight, and chapter nine.</p>

<p>Basically, get the most recent AB/BC guideline from the Collegeboard and study using that.</p>

<p>I can't help you out with physics, though.</p>

<p>in my BC class we use single-variable calculus( i forgot the name of the guy who wrote it)</p>

<p>Yeah I am in luck...I bought it for 20 bucks....thanks</p>