Date  Daily Agenda/Notes  Homework 
18(s)  Algebra Review 
110  Review of 1st Semester in Class Quizizz 
112  Sec. 5.1 Antiderivatives Notes  Understand how antiderivatives relate to derivatives
 Understand that the f(x) can have a vertical shift given f'(x)
 Find the antiderivatives of indefinite integrals
 Solve the antiderivative given initial condition(s)

 p. 347: #12, 17, 26, 28, 30, 37, 41, 55, 68, 88, 92, 99 
117  Sec. 5.2A Approximating areas Notes Go over unequal delta x  Use rectangular area approximations (Riemann Sums) to estimate area under a curve when geometric means don't apply.
 Determine whether our approximations are under or ?overestimates to the actual area when possible.
 p. 359: #1, 6, 9, 12, 14, 17, 27, 35, 37, 55, 58 
119  Finish Sec. 5.2 Sec. 5.2B Sigma Notation Notes
 Convert expanded notation to sigma notation
 Convert sigma notation to expanded notation
 Evaluate sums in sigma notation
Work day with Antiderivatives
 Understand how antiderivatives relate to derivatives
 Understand that the f(x) can have a vertical shift given f'(x)
 Find the antiderivatives of indefinite integrals
 Solve the antiderivative given initial condition(s)
 pg 359 #39, 40, 41(a, c, e, g), 42(b, d, f, h) Practice WS over Antiderivatives
Accuracy Check 5.15.2 Accuracy Check and Make Up 
122(s)  Quiz 5.1 5.2 Antiderivatives, Areas and Riemann Sums


124  Start Sec. 5.3 The Definite Integral and its properties WS Evaluating Integrals with Geometry Notes
 Understand how Riemann Sums relate tot the definite integral
 Evaluate the definite integral using a Riemann Sum
 Evaluate the definite integral using geometry
 Understand properties of definite integrals
Finish Definite Integral notes
 Sec. 5.3 HW Worksheet 
126  Finish Definite Integral Properties Examples Sec. 5.4 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus part 1 Notes
 Understand that area under a velocity curve is the same as the final position minus the initial position
 Use the fundamental theorem of calculus to evaluate definite integrals
AP Practice WS from 122
 p. 390: #23, 29, 32, 35, 39, 41, 45, 48, 87, 93 
129(s)  Sec. 5.4 FTC part 2  Accumulation Functions Notes, Finish FTC 2 Notes
 Understand the difference between the FTC part 1 and part 2
 Use the FTC part 2 to evaluate the derivative of an integral
 p. 390: #9, 11, 21, 61, 65, 69, 75, 100103, 105 
131  Finish FTC Part 2 AP Practice WS from 126 and AP Practice over Accumulation Functions Accuracy Check 5.35.4  Accuracy Check 5.35.4 Makeup Extra Quiz Practice 
22  Quiz 5.3 5.4 Sec. 5.5 Average value of a function (MVT for Integrals) Notes
 Understand the mean value theorem for integrals
 Be able to find the average value of a function
 Use symmetry and even/odd properties of functions to evaluate integrals
 p. 398: #7, 9, 11, 12, 23, 26, 32, 35, 40, 47

25(s)  Sec. 5.6 Substitution Method Notes Sec. 5.6 Substitution with Bounds Notes In Class Examples Solutions
 Understand when to use Usubstitution to evaluate integrals
 Evaluate indefinite and definite integrals using Usubstitution to 'undo' the chain rule
 p. 408: #13, 15, 18, 20, 23, 47, 49, 51, 56, 60, 83, 95 
27  Finish USubstitution
 Understand when to use Usubstitution to evaluate integrals
 Evaluate indefinite and definite integrals using Usubstitution to 'undo' the chain rule
MC/FR#7 Extended version  p. 408: #13, 15, 18, 20, 23, 47, 49, 51, 56, 60, 83, 95 
29  AP Practice Start Test Review  Chapter 5 Test Review 
212(s)  Test Review 
214  Velocity and Net Change (6.1)Notes
 Extend our knowledge of the relationships between position, velocity and acceleration to include displacement and total distance traveled by using integrals.
 Use the FTC (evaluation part) to predict future positions or velocities.
 Use the FTC (evaluation part) to compute net change and predict future value of other quantities.
 p. 440: #7, 9, 13, 17, 21, 24, 25, 38, 41 
216  Chapter 5 Test


221  Area between curves (6.2)Notes
 Understand how to find the area between curves
 Find the area between curves by integrating along the xaxis or the yaxis
 p. 450: # 5, 7, 11, 16, 19, 23, 27, 29 (no calculator) 37, 47, 53 (calculator ok) Show all work for no calc allowed problems, set up and evaluate on the calculator for the rest. 
223  Volume by disks, washers (6.3)Notes
 Understand the difference between a disc and a washer
 Find the volume of a solid by rotating the area around a given axis
HSA #4 Due Accuracy Check over 6.16.2  pages 4656: #20, 27, 34, 38, 45 (no calculator) #25, 31, 40, 46, 48 (with calc) Accuracy Check 6.16.2

226(s)  Finish Disks and Washers Go over Chapter 5 TestReteach, Corrections, etc... (if needed) 

228  Quiz 6.16.2  Areas, velocity and net change Volume Practice WS
 Understand the difference between a disc and a washer
 Find the volume of a solid by rotating the area around a given axis
 Volume Practice WS 
32  Volume by crosssections method (6.3) Notes Review Disks and Washers (Practice) Start AP Volume Practice if Time
 Understand how a solid is formed by taking a known 2D shape and moving it along a curve
 Find the volume of a solid given 2D shapes and an equation of a curve
 p. 464: #5, 79, 11 plus worksheet 
35(s)  6.4 Volumes by Shells Notes AP Practice AP Volume Problems
 p. 477: #5, 7, 15, 33 (no calculator) #29, 3436 (calculator ok) Accuracy Check used for Quiz Practice

37  Quiz 6.36.4 Volume Finish AP Volume Problems
 Understand the difference between a disc and a washer
 Find the volume of a solid by rotating the area around a given axis


39  Finish anything from Chapter 6 AP Volume Problems Review For Chapter 6 Test HSA Due over 6.36.4  Review for Chapter 6 Test 
312 (s)  Review


314  Chapter 6 Test 
316  Slopefield Intro worksheet Intro to Differential Equations and Slopefields Basic Ideas of DEs (8.1)Notes
 Understand that a slope field represents a solution to a first order differential equation
 Verify solutions to differential equations
 Solve simple differential equations by hand
 Use the calculator to solve diff eq's
 p. 554: #5, 7, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 27, 29, 34, 39, 45 
319 (s)  Finish Sec. 8.1 Using deSolve on nSpire Notes Nspire activity on DiffEQs, slopefields
 Use the calculator to solve diff eq's
 Nspire worksheet 
321  Euler's Method (8.2)Notes
 Understand how Eulers Method can give an approximation to the solution to a differential equation
 Use Euler's method to estimate the value of a differential equation
 Worksheet 
323  Practice AP Free Response packet (groups)


42 (s)  Solving Separable DiffEqs (8.3)Notes  p. 578: #5, 7, 11, 14, 17, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 
44  Quiz 8.18.2 Exponential Models (8.4) Notes Give MC/FR #9 (due 4/7)  Worksheet 
46  AP Questions Chapter 8 Review  Finish Newton's Law of Cooling WS Chapter 8 Test Review 
49(s)  Go over Group FR Test


411  Modified Silver day Finish Group MC Practice Test 
413  Chapter 8 Test 
416(s)  Go over Group FR Test Hand out review materials
 Review 'Stuff You Must Know' Sheet 
418  AP Practice Test #1 MC  NO HW 
420  AP Practice Test #1 FR  NO HW 
423 (s)  Start Going over MC  MC Practice  University of Houston Corrections on personal MC test 
425  Finish MC Review MC Practice WS  MC Practice  University of Houston 2 Quizzes Due Friday MC Corrections Due Friday 
427  Go over FR in Groups 2013 FR Practice  Full MC Practice Test  Due Wednesday 52 Full TestPractice Take a screen shot of your results and email to [email protected] 
430(s)  Go over FR 2013 FR Practice  Free Response Practice 
52  AP Practice Test #2 MC  Due Friday 54 2015 FR Practice 2015 FR Scoring Guidelines You can google 2015 AB Calculus Free Response to see videos that go over solutions to these also. (Recommended) Here is the link to Khan Academy where he goes over all the questions for the 2015 test 2015 Khan AB 
54  AP Practice Test #2 FR 
57(s)  Start Going over MC  MC Practice  University of Houston Corrections on personal MC test 
59  Finish MC Go over FR  Free Response Practice 2017 FR Questions 
511  2017 FR Questions  MC/FR Practice (Your Choice) 
515  AP TEST Arrive at 7:15 