
Mathematical Modeling II
with Calculus BC
Calculus BC
The first thing you should understand about Calculus BC
is that the "B" in "BC" is the same as the "B" in "Calculus AB." Therefore, if you have
completed the Calculus AB syllabus, you have already learned the "B" material. So
in the MMII/BC course, you will review that "B" material during the first semester,
while you are learning about fractals and chaos. The second semester will be devoted to
the "C" material, which will be new to you. This
is reflected in the title of the textbook for the second part of the course:
AP Calculus: The "C" Topics. It was written especially for MMII/BC students
at Polytechnic School.
The "C" Topics
1. Infinite Series
2. Antiderivatives and Integrals
3. The Calculus of Vector, Parametric, and Polar Functions
4. Differential Equations
For a more detailed outline of the coverage of the "C" topics, see the
table of contents for AP Calculus: The "C" Topics.Also, see the College Board's
official AP Calculus site for complete information about the BC syllabus.
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