This course presents the topics of differential and integral calculus in an incremental fashion. It begins with a condensed summary of key algebra, trigonometry, and analytic geometry topics, and then progresses into limits, continuity, functions, derivatives, and the differentiation and integration of variables. The text also includes frequent references to such disciplines as physics, chemistry, engineering, and business.
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Complete the assignments for lessons 1–80 plus those problems in lessons 81–83 that were taught in lessons 1–80, and the 6 comprehensive exams. The text lessons are to be graded by the instructor; exams will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS). Saxon-produced tests are included, but are considered practice tests and are not the official exams for the course. A graphing calculator will be needed and may be used on both the daily assignments and the exams, except where noted.
|Suggested Grade: 11th - 12th|
|Prerequisites: Successful completion of Saxon Advanced Mathematics with a final grade of "B" or better, or successful completion of both algebra 2 and trigonometry, with a final grade of "B" or better in each.|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit|
|Course Materials: textbook, homeschool packet, Saxon test booklet, Saxon test & problem set answer key, solutions manual, and Parent-Teacher Guide (includes 6 exams)*|
|Primary Text Details|
|Authors: John Saxon and Frank Wang|
|Publisher: Saxon Publishers|
|Copyright: 1997 (1st edition)|
|Hardbound: 622 pages†|
|ISBN: 978-1-5657-7199-4 (Home Study Kit)|
|* Item published by Christian Liberty
† Only lessons 1–80 and select material from lessons 81–83 (457 pages) are required for this course