## Calculus I

**Calculus I Course Description:**

The prerequisite for this course is Pre-Calculus with a clear understanding of the unit circle. Calculus is the study of change and motion. Our problems "move" which makes the study of Calculus exciting and engaging. We discuss limits, derivatives, applications of the derivative, integrals and their applications, and an introduction to differential equations. I follow the same learning objectives as the College Board AP® Calculus AB course, which equates to a semester long Calculus I course at most colleges and universities. We have the opportunity to learn the material over the entire school year thus giving students the time needed to master the concepts. This course is a wonderful way to prepare your student for the rigor of college mathematics.

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Tuition: $600/year detailsMeet the Teacher: Regina LondonClass: **Tuesday/Thursday 10-11:25 (Central Time)**
Textbook: Textbook information ISBN: 9780538498678Calendar: HSML 2018-2019 Calculus CalendarSample Class: Click here for a 4 minute recording that demonstrates the technology we use. Teachers who have taught with High School Math Live have a full-length recording of a live class posted on their "Meet the Teacher" page (click on their name above to see that page.) |
## Register here:
Step 1: Fill out registration form. Step 2: Pay registration fee (below.)After completing the two-step registration, you will receive a confirmation email within 1 business day. |

Technology and Supplies:Classes are held virtually via Citrix GoToMeeting. Instructions will be posted on the Calculus I page. Your student will need a computer, headset with microphone, good internet connection and graphing calculator.Calculator Info |
Recordings: Every class session will be recorded and the links to the recordings will be posted (at the latest) by the morning after the class on the Calculus I page. |