**November** 12^{th} - 15^{th}

Mon Veterans Day

Tues Snow Day

4.6 #1-21

4.6b #28,29,30,32,33,34 (attempt #28 without a grapher, let me know when you used it.)

4.7 #1-14 Notes

Next Monday 4.7b #15,16,18-21

Unit 4 Derivative Short Cuts

The derivative of a linear function is obviously the slope of the function.

d/dx( c*g(x) ) = c*g'(x)

d/dx( h(x)+g(x) ) = h'(x)+g'(x)

Power rule

d/dx( x^{n} ) = nx^{n-1}

Product Rule

Quotient Rule

Chain Rule

Derivatives of Trig Functions

Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions

Derivatives of exponential Functions

Derivatives of logarithmic Functions

Introduction of Related Rate Questions

Implicit differentiation.

Think 5!, 5!, 5!

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AP Calculus AB

2020 Exam, Tuesday May 5th.

**Parametric Equation Art 2019
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Fun example I was playing with. Using parametric equations to describe motion, a ball is thrown at a Ferris Wheel.