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AP Calculus Formulas

Subjects : math, ap, calculus
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. d/dx[tan x]






2. Rolle's Theorem






3. cos 0






4. Position function of a falling object (with acceleration in m/s)






5. Intermediate Value Theorem






6. cos p






7. Volume of a cone






8. ln (m/n)






9. The Quotient Rule






10. cos p/2






11. Constant Multiple Rule for Derivatives






12. Chain Rule: d/dx[f(g(x))] =






13. d/dx[sin x]






14. d/dx[a^x]






15. sin p/6






16. sin p






17. Position function of a falling object (with acceleration in ft/s)






18. Critical number






19. d/dx[arccot x]






20. d/dx[cot x]






21. Continuity at a point (x = c)






22. cosx






23. d/dx[cos x]






24. Power Rule for Derivatives






25. Derivative of a constant






26. Instantaneous velocity






27. d/dx[ln u]






28. Alternate Limit Definition of a derivative






29. d/dx[e^x]






30. Volume of a right circular cylinder






31. Area of a circle






32. d/dx[e^u]






33. Mean Value Theorem






34. csc x






35. Area of an equilateral triangle






36. Guidelines for implicit differentiation






37. d/dx[x]






38. sec x






39. cosx + sinx






40. cos 3p/2






41. cos(2x)






42. Indeterminate form






43. Continuity & differentiability






44. How to get from precalculus to calculus






45. d/dx[a^u]






46. d/dx[log_a u]






47. d/dx[arccsc x]






48. ln 1






49. Circumference of a circle






50. Derivative of an inverse (if g(x) is the inverse of f(x))