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In this calculus worksheet, students take the derivative of functions, solve logarithmic equations and derive log formulas. There are 25 questions on this test.
For this calculus exam worksheet, students solve 40 multiple choice and short answer problems.  Students find derivatives, second derivatives, normal lines, slopes, etc.
In this calculus worksheet, 12th graders determine the areas bounded by curves and the volume of the solids of revolution. The two page worksheet contains a combination of ten multiple choice and free response questions and is to be used without a calculator.  Solutions are not provided. 
In this calculus worksheet, students answer questions about integrals, trig functions and natural logs. There are 20 questions mixed with multiple choices and free responses.
In this pre-calculus activity, student solve 35 multiple choice problems and then place the answers in a Sudoku puzzle form. This activity would be a great warm up or fun test review.
In this calculus instructional activity, learners solve 28 multiple choice problems. Students find derivatives, volumes, limits, convergent series, etc.
In this calculus worksheet, students solve functions using the derivatives. They calculate the volume where the graph is revolving around the x-axis, a line, the y-axis and where x=e. There are 28 questions.
In this calculus instructional activity, students solve functions by taking the derivative of the equations. There are 28 questions using logs and trig functions.
In this calculus learning exercise, learners solve 17 multiple choice problems. Students find limits, summations, and derivatives of functions. Learners find the area of an enclosed region between two curves.
In this calculus worksheet, students observe the graph the function and identify the interval as increasing or decreasing. They identify the critical points and perform integration. There are 4 questions.
Here is a high-level, interractive presentation on calculus for your high schoolers. Parametric equations, derivatives, functions, and the Pythagorean Theorem are all part of this fine PowerPoint. Additionally, two interesting photographs of Mark Twain's homes begin the slideshow.
Students apply the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. In this calculus instructional activity, students identify the graphical connections between functions and accumulation functions. They use a TI to represent the functions.
Students graph different functions and observe the slope of the tangent line. In this calculus lesson, students identify the slope and critical points on a graph. They use the TI calculator to provide a visual of the graph.
In this methods of applied mathematics worksheet, students solve 5 various types of problems that relate to variational calculus equations. First, they determine a second order differential equation for the geodesic. Then, students write down Euler Lagrange equations for 2 dependent variables, and then determine a system of first order differential equations describing motion of an object.
In this methods of applied mathematics worksheet, students solve 6 different types of problems related to variational calculus. First, they determine the first integrals of the Euler-Lagrange equations corresponding to the optimizations of each functional. Then, they determine the solution to a brachistochrone problem for bead moving between 2 different points and sketch their solution.
In this calculus worksheet, students calculate the rate of change of an equation as it relates to a leaning ladder. There is an answer key to this word problem.
In this AP Calculus AB practice exam worksheet, students solve twenty-eight various multiple choice calculus problems without using a calculator.
In this calculus practice exam, students select the best answer to 28 multiple choice questions. Questions cover information from the entire year of calculus. A suggested time limit of 55 minutes is included.
In this calculus worksheet, students are provided with a translation of a scene from the Simpsons in which the teacher solves a calculus problem.  Students explain if her solution is correct. The one page worksheet contains two questions. Answers are not included.
For this calculus worksheet, students solve a variety of problems. They use trigonometric identities to solve problems, find the ratio of areas inscribed in polygons, solve functions, determine the graphs of functions, solve inequalities, and determine the equation of lines. This three-page worksheet contains 36 multi-step problems.