Other Problems (Type 7)

AP Questions Type 7: Other topics  Any topic in the Course and Exam Description may be the subject of a free-response or multiple-choice question. The topics discussed here are not asked often enough to be classified as a type of their own. The topics listed here have been the subject of full free-response questions or…

Other Problems (Type 7)

AP  Questions Type 7: Other topics  Any topic in the Course and Exam Description may be the subject of a free-response or multiple-choice question. The topics discussed here are not asked often enough to be classified as a type of their own. The topics listed here have been the subject of full free-response questions or major…

Type 2 Questions: Linear Motion

We continue the discussion of the various type questions on the AP Calculus Exams with linear motion questions. “A particle (or car, or bicycle) moves on a number line ….” These questions may give the position equation, the velocity equation (most often), or the acceleration equation of something that is moving, along with an initial…

Type 1 Questions: Rate and Accumulation

The Free-response Questions There are ten general categories of AP Calculus free-response questions, listed below. These are usually the subject of individual free-response questions. Keep in mind that two or more types may be included in the same free-response question and are also the topics of shorter multiple-choice questions. There are links to all the types…

March

The AP Calculus exams this year are on Tuesday morning May 5, 2015. Most of you will be finishing your new work this month and getting ready to review. As usual I like to stay a little ahead of where you are so you have time to consider what is offered here. To help you…