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These problems were selected with
permission from the CollegeBoard AP® Calculus Course
Description. Thus, these skills and the multiple choice answers
have been carefully tested by thousands of students. Problems #1
and #2 have been on the AB level exam, but are true classics
and should be reviewed by all students.
Please make sure you can to do the following on a graphing calculator:
(i.) Produce a graph of a function within an
arbitrary viewing window;
(ii.) Find the zeros
of a function;
(iii.) Compute the
derivative of a function numerically;
(iv.) Compute definite
integrals numerically.
Of course there is far more to be learned. But knowing
these four skills and being confident about what is appearing on your
calculator screen should enhance your mathematics education.



