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## Link |
## Description |

## Summary Lesson on Limits and Derivatives |
## Explanation of limits and derivative tests with drawings of curves |

## Worksheet on velocity |
## This worksheet explores graphical presentations of distance and velocity vs. time. |

## Quiz #1 (composition) |
## Composite functions of the form |

## Quiz #2 (domain) |
## Domains of functions plus review of composition |

## Quiz #3 (graphs) |
## Interpreting the graph of a function |

## Quiz #4 (functions) |
## Review of domain and composition of functions |

## Quiz #5 (standard graphs) |
## Recognizing graphs of standard functions |

## Quiz #6 (regression line) |
## Approximating and interpreting data with a line |

## Quiz #7 (composition and graphs) |
## Reading functions and composition from a graphs and tables |

## Quiz #8 (interpreting graphs) |
## More on interpreting a function from its graph |

## Quiz #9 (even, odd, split) |
## Extending graphs of even and odd functions, and working with a split function |

## Quiz #10 (graphical solutions) |
## Approximating solutions to equations graphically |

## Quiz #11 (exponents) |
## Review of the rules of exponents |

## Quiz #12 (domain and range) |
## Finding the domain and range of a function |

## Quiz #13 (transformations) |
## Linear transformations of functions (translate, reflect, stretch, shrink) |

## Quiz #14 (logs and inverses) |
## Logarithms and inverses of functions |

## Quiz #14 (logarithms) |
## Properties of logarithms |

## Quiz #15 (logarithms) |
## Working with logarithms |

## Quiz #16 (velocity) |
## Determining velocities from a nonlinear distance vs. time graph |

## Quiz #17 (functions) |
## Review and practice with composite functions in table form |

## Quiz #18 (limits) |
## Finding limits from graphs of functions |

## Quiz #19 (table form) |
## Finding values and inverses of a one-to-one function in table form |

## Quiz #20 (velocity, limits) |
## Review velocity and limits |

## Quiz #21 (limits) |
## Limits of indeterminate forms and limits of a split function |

## Quiz #22 (limits) |
## Limits of sums and products of functions |

## Quiz #23 (continuity) |
## Limits and continuity |

## Quiz #24 (secants, tangents) |
## Slopes of secant and tangent lines |

## Quiz #25 (derivative) |
## Estimating the derivative from a graph |

## Quiz #26 (derivative, tangent) |
## Estimating derivatives and finding equations of tangent lines |

## Quiz #27 (derivative, velocity) |
## The derivative as a rate of change |

## Quiz #28 (derivative, graph) |
## Sketching the graph of the derivative |

## Quiz #29 (derivative function) |
## Estimating the value of a function given the derivative and a point |

## Quiz #30 (second derivative) |
## Interpreting the first and second derivatives, concavity, maximum-minimum |

## Quiz #31 (derivatives) |
## Derivatives of functions of forms ^{m}^{n}^{x} |

## Quiz #32 (product rule) |
## The product rule for derivatives |

## Quiz #33 (quotient rule) |
## The quotient rule for derivatives |

## Quiz #34 (velocity, acceleration) |
## Velocity and acceleration as derivatives |

## Quiz #35 (tangent, normal) |
## Equations of lines tangent and normal to a parabola |

## Quiz #36 (calculator) |
## Using a graphing calculator to find critical points of a function |

## Quiz #37 (implicit) |
## Implicit differentiation |

## Quiz #38 (related rates) |
## Estimating a function from its tangent; finding related rates using implicit differentiation |

## Quiz #39 (comparing derivatives) |
## Comparing a function with its derivatives |

## Quiz #40 (review derivatives) |
## Review derivatives of power and exponential functions: 4 different forms |

## Quiz #41 (review derivatives) |
## Additional review of derivatives |

## Quiz #42 (Product Rule) |
## Derivatives of products of functions |

## Quiz #43 (Quotient Rule) |
## Derivatives of quotients of functions |

## Quiz #44 (Products and quotients) |
## Derivatives of products and quotients of functions read from graphs |

## Quiz #45 (Chain Rule) |
## Derivatives of composite functions |