Using these documents
|Many documents which are
found on this page are in the Portable Document
Format (PDF). To view these, you will need
Adobe® Acrobat® Reader which may be downloaded
for free from Adobe.
These are old tests which were once given at NCSSM
Calculus classes. They will be useful to take for
Review and AP® Practice Questions
These questions are not from actual AP® Exams and are in
no way affiliated with the College Board. However, they
are very similar to questions which you may encounter on
an actual AP® Exam.
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These links represent (in our estimation) they best of
what's available on the Internet for studying Calculus.
If you know of a particularly useful link which is not
listed or, conversely, if one of our links is no longer
up to par, please let us know.
Calculus on the Web
South Eastern Regional Education Service
Center, New Hampshire
|This site offers a wide
variety of resources relating to the AP exam.
You Ready for Calculus I?
Brian Hassard, SUNY-Buffalo, University of
web-based quiz allows you to take a quiz to
review in a particular area of algebra.
Difference Equations to Differential Equations
Dan Sloughter, Furman University
|This site contains both
postscript and PDF formats of a calculus text
book. However, of greater interest are the very
useful and illustrative Java applets
Reference Page for Teachers
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
|A categorical listing of
calculus resources for the classroom.
||Visit this site for plenty
of practice problems (with solutions).
Mathematics and Applied Calculus Resource Page
S. Waner, S. Constenoble, Hofstra
|This curriculum site is
well developed and contains links, online
reviews, quizzes, and Java applets
for the Calculus Classroom
Douglas N. Arnold
|This site has nice and
simple graphics and animations which illustrate
basic calculus principles.
With Calculus for Idiots
|Help With Calculus
for Idiots is a very well designed site
with concise and useful explanation of key
Arizona State University
|Use this well-designed Java
applet to explore slope fields.
|Karl's Calculus Tutor
is a very complete site with organized topics,
proofs, and examples
Manual for Calculus
P. Bogacki, G. Melrose, P. R. Wohl, Old
|Computer activities with
Mathcad and Maple V including Mathcad templates
for standard Calculus applications.
Math Java Applets
International Education Software
|Numerous Java applets
illustrate Calculus fundamentals.
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