AP Calculus BC is the most challenging subject in high school. We all know that Precalculus is the main prerequisite for both AP Calculus AB and BC. AP Calculus BC covers almost all the topics in AP Calculus AB, and additionally, it includes vector functions, polar functions, parametric functions, and series analysis. In simple, AP Calculus BC is a recap and extension of AP Calculus AB. It will increase your credits for AP Calculus BC than you get in AP Calculus AB. This course covers a whole year or two semesters of Calculus. Since we have highly experienced instructors, we will be clarifying your doubts more quickly in an easy way. You will also be practiced with many realtime examples and provided exercises, including creative commons content, that you can use as study material
Course Features
 Units 98
 Quizzes 98
 Duration 100 hours
 Grade Grades 10  12
 Skill level Advanced
 Assessments Yes
 Homework Yes
 Mock Exam Yes

Prerequisite
AP Calculus AB

Limits and continuity

Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

Contextual applications of differentiation

Applying derivatives to analyze functions

Integration and accumulation of change

Differential equations

Applications of integration

Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vectorvalued functions

Infinite sequences and series