443 AP® Calculus AB (Honors Calculus AB)
2 semesters, 1 credit (With ECC option)
Open to juniors and seniors
Prerequisites: Minimum grade of B in 442 Precalculus and/or teacher approval
Honors Calculus is a course that teaches limits, derivatives, integrals, and their applications.
This course may be taken for college credit. To qualify for the option through East Central College, a student must have a ECC college credit in Trigonometry or a score of 30 on the math section of the ACT or take the Accuplacer test at East Central College. Students may earn 5 college credit hours for this course.
By the completion of this course, students will be able to…
- Solve problems using algebra and trigonometry techniques.
- Relate limits and continuity of function graphs.
- Define and compute derivatives.
- Apply derivatives to functional graphs.
- Apply derivatives to economics and business situations.
- Recognize, define, and apply integration.
- Apply integration in computing areas and volumes of function systems.
- Apply integration techniques to physics.
- Solve equations and inequalities.
- Evaluate limits.
- Find derivatives.
- Use differentiation with function graphs.
- Apply differentiation
- Apply integration.
- Create graphs of functions through the use of higher order derivatives.
By the completion of this course, students will know…
- The principles of limits
- The principles of continuity
- The principles of derivatives
- The principles of integration
This curriculum last updated on January 27, 2021, by the Math Department.