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 Chapter 13: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
 Chapter 14: Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church
 Chapter 15: The Age of Religious Wars and European Expansion
 Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism in Western Europe
 Chapter 17: Absolutism in Eastern Europe
 Chapter 18: Toward a New Worldview
 Chapter 19: The Expansion of Europe in the Eighteenth Century
 Chapter 20: The Changing Life of the People
 Chapter 21: The Revolution in Politics

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 Chapter 22: The Revolution in Energy and Industry
 Chapter 23: Ideologies and Upheavals
 Chapter 24: Life in the Emerging Urban Society
 Chapter 25: The Age of Nationalism
 Chapter 26: The West and the World
 Chapter 27: The Great Break: War and Revolution
 Chapter 28: The Age of Anxiety
 Chapter 29: Dictatorships and the Second World War
 Chapter 30: Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations
 Chapter 31: Revolution, Reunification, and Rebuilding

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Chapter 113 Notes
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 Chapter 1: Stats Starts Here
 Chapter 2: Data
 Chapter 3: Displaying and Describing Categorical Data
 Chapter 4: Displaying Quantitative Data
 Chapter 5: Describing Distributions Numerically
 Chapter 6: The Standard Deviation as a Ruler and the Normal Model
 Chapter 7: Scatterplots, Association, and Correlation
 Chapter 8: Linear Regression
 Chapter 9: Regression Wisdom
 Chapter 10: Reexpressing Data: Get It Straight
 Chapter 11: Understanding Randomness
 Chapter 12: Sample Surveys
 Chapter 13: Experiments and Observational Studies

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 Chapter 14: From Randomness to Probability
 Chapter 15: Probability Rules!
 Chapter 16: Random Variables
 Chapter 17: Probability Models
 Chapter 18: Sampling Distribution Models
 Chapter 19: Confidence Intervals for Proportions
 Chapter 20: Testing Hypotheses about Proportions
 Chapter 21: More about Tests
 Chapter 22: Comparing Two Proportions
 Chapter 23: Inferences about Means
 Chapter 24: Comparing Means
 Chapter 25: Paired Samples and Blocks
 Chapter 26: Comparing Counts
 Chapter 27: Inferences for Regression

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 Chapter 1: Limits and Choices
 Chapter 2: Markets, Circular Flow
 Chapter 3: Supply and Demand
 Chapter 4: Public, Private Sectors
 Chapter 5: US and the Global Economy
 Chapter 6: Elasticity and Surplus
 Chapter 7: Consumer Behavior
 Chapter 8: Costs of Production
 Chapter 9: Pure Competition
 Chapter 10: Pure Monopoly

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 Chapter 11: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
 Chapter 12: Resource Demand
 Chapter 13: Wage Determinants
 Chapter 14: Rent, Interest, Profit
 Chapter 15: Resource/Energy Economics
 Chapter 16: Public Goods, Externalities, Information Asymmetries
 Chapter 17: Taxation and Public Choice
 Chapter 18: Antitrust Policy
 Chapter 19: Agriculture
 Chapter 20: Income Inequality
 Chapter 21: Health Care
 Chapter 22: Immigration

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 Chapter 23: Introduction to MacroEconomics
 Chapter 24: Output and Income
 Chapter 25: Economic Growth
 Chapter 26: The Business Cycle, Unemployment, Inflation
 Chapter 27: Macro Economic Relationships
 Chapter 28: Aggregate Expenditures
 Chapter 29: Aggregrate Supply and Demand
 Chapter 30: Fiscal Policy, Deficits, Debt
 Chapter 31: Money and Banking
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It's been a year since you took Precalculus Honors...
Hey, we gotta admit, AP Calculus BC wasn't that bad...okay sure the teachers really went over the stuff really fast and we sometimes had no idea what was going on... T_____T
It is May now though...we have to get that 5 on that exam bro!
Let's begin!
Hey, we gotta admit, AP Calculus BC wasn't that bad...okay sure the teachers really went over the stuff really fast and we sometimes had no idea what was going on... T_____T
It is May now though...we have to get that 5 on that exam bro!
Let's begin!
What is the AP Calculus BC Exam?
In short all of the topics presented to us AP Students can be summarized in the following three topics:
Calculus BC Topics:
1.) Functions, Graphs, & Limits
2.) Derivatives
3.) Integrals
4.) Polynomial Approximations & Series
The format of the AP Calculus BC Exam is:
MultipleChoice Section
Part A: 28 questions, calculator prohibited (55 minutes)
Part B: 17 questions, graphing calculator required (50 minutes)
FreeResponse Section
Part A: 2 problems, graphing calculator required (30 minutes)
Part B: 4 problems, calculator prohibited (60 minutes)
In the freeresponse section students are required to show their work. Methods, reasoning, and conclusions need to be presented. Complete sentences should be used that include explanations and justifications.
Calculus BC Topics:
1.) Functions, Graphs, & Limits
2.) Derivatives
3.) Integrals
4.) Polynomial Approximations & Series
The format of the AP Calculus BC Exam is:
MultipleChoice Section
Part A: 28 questions, calculator prohibited (55 minutes)
Part B: 17 questions, graphing calculator required (50 minutes)
FreeResponse Section
Part A: 2 problems, graphing calculator required (30 minutes)
Part B: 4 problems, calculator prohibited (60 minutes)
In the freeresponse section students are required to show their work. Methods, reasoning, and conclusions need to be presented. Complete sentences should be used that include explanations and justifications.
AP Calculus BC Practice Exams
Practice makes perfect. Math is one of those areas of study you just simply can't win by memorizing :l so here are a couple exams to start you off :)
Here is the 2008 AP Calculus BC released exam by Collegeboard
2008 AP Calculus BC Exam.pdf  
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Here is the AP Calculus BC exam by Max Score
AP Calculus BC exam by Max Score.pdf  
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As far books go we all agree that this book was the best of all.
Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. Click this link to go to the page.
Here is the rule of the thumb. Barrons is more informative and their AP Exams are generally harder than the actual AP Exam. Princeton's Review is more concise but their AP Exams are not close to the actual AP Exam.
Five Steps to a Five, REA, Kaplan, and etc are really up to you. We view Princteon Review and Barrons as the way to generally go.
As far books go we all agree that this book was the best of all.
Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. Click this link to go to the page.
Here is the rule of the thumb. Barrons is more informative and their AP Exams are generally harder than the actual AP Exam. Princeton's Review is more concise but their AP Exams are not close to the actual AP Exam.
Five Steps to a Five, REA, Kaplan, and etc are really up to you. We view Princteon Review and Barrons as the way to generally go.