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The first day in AP Calculus, students will create and analyze data sets using their graphing calculators, which will lead them to discover patterns in "slopes" of nonlinears. The second day in AP Calculus, students will use the graphing function of their calculator to estimate limits and observe continuity, building a conceptual understanding of the underpinnings of Calculus. In AP Calculus, calculators are not for arithmetic; students use the calculators to explore mathematical patterns and gain deep conceptual understandings of the content. For the entire year, students use calculators as tools to enhance their classroom experience and, ultimately, students will be required to use a calculator on their AP exam.

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The first day in AP Calculus, students will create and analyze data sets using their graphing calculators, which will lead them to discover patterns in "slopes" of nonlinears. The second day in AP Calculus, students will use the graphing function of their calculator to estimate limits and observe continuity, building a conceptual understanding of the underpinnings of Calculus. In AP Calculus, calculators are not for arithmetic; students use the calculators to explore mathematical patterns and gain deep conceptual understandings of the content. For the entire year, students use calculators as tools to enhance their classroom experience and, ultimately, students will be required to use a calculator on their AP exam.

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