Teacher: Robert Rogers

Conference Period: 2nd Period

BHS Telephone: 281-634-6507

Email: [email protected]

Website: mathmanrogers.weebly.com

***This is an AP Course. The goal is to learn the material well enough to gain one semester college credit via the AP test. The test costs about $90. You should start saving now so can pay on time. Passing the AP test can, potentially, save you

Calculus I in college ranges from $220 to $550 for in-state tuition and more for out-of-state tuition. The price for college courses will only increase with time.

Conference Period: 2nd Period

BHS Telephone: 281-634-6507

Email: [email protected]

Website: mathmanrogers.weebly.com

**Calculus Course Description:**This is an advanced placement course in mathematics. This course includes applications of limits and derivatives; integration; special functions. It is an introductory course with elementary functions. It generally provides the avenue for a student to advance place in one semester of calculus in college.

__Topics for the Year__- Limits
- Derivatives, applications of derivatives
- Integration, applications of integration

Supply ListSupply List

**Each student is asked to bring the following classroom supplies:**- Notebook or Binder with paper
- Pencils and Erasers
- Calculator (graphing preferred but not necessary) – not a required item, but extremely helpful

Grading PoliciesGrading Policies

**Daily Grades (50% of grade)**- Binder/Notebook checks
- Homework quizzes
- Other participation assignments

**Major Grades (50% of grade)**- Tests
- 3 to 4 tests per term

**.**__No work, no credit____Extra Credit is available after original credit is received__***This is an AP Course. The goal is to learn the material well enough to gain one semester college credit via the AP test. The test costs about $90. You should start saving now so can pay on time. Passing the AP test can, potentially, save you

**hundreds**of dollars in college tuition fees.Calculus I in college ranges from $220 to $550 for in-state tuition and more for out-of-state tuition. The price for college courses will only increase with time.