Calculus for the AP® Course
Second Edition   ©2017

Calculus for the AP® Course

Michael Sullivan (Chicago State University) , Kathleen Miranda (State University of New York, Old Westbury)

  • ISBN-10: 1-4641-4226-2; ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-4226-0; Format: Cloth Text, 1088 pages
  • For Institutions:$119.84

One of the most trusted names in math publishing brings a proven approach to the redesigned AP® Calculus course.

From one of today’s most accomplished and trusted mathematics authors comes a new textbook that offers unmatched support for students facing the AP® calculus exam, and the teachers helping them prepare for it.

Sullivan and Miranda’s Calculus for the AP® Course covers every Big Idea, Essential Knowledge statement, Learning Objective, and Math Practice described in the 2016-2017 redesigned College Board™ Curriculum Framework. Its concise, focused narrative and integrated conceptual and problem-solving tools give students just the help they need as they learn calculus and prepare for the redesigned AP® Exam. And its accompanying Teacher’s Edition provides an in depth correlation and abundant tips, examples, projects, and resources to ensure close adherence the new Curriculum Framework.

The Annotated Teacher’s Edition and Teacher’s Resources are invaluable in helping me fine-tune my class to the specific requirements of the AP exam. Features like “AP Exam Tips” and “Common Error” provide excellent reminders and strategies for me to reinforce throughout the year to help my students better prepare for the exam. Also, the wide variety of problems available in the section worksheets, AP Practice Problems, and the chapter projects,allows me to build flexibility of thinking and mature problem-solving skills necessary for success on the AP exam and beyond.

John Aversa
Vice Principal for Technology
Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science
Catholic Memorial School, Massachusetts

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