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## Annotated Solutions toPast Free-Response Questions

 This material is provided to you as a supplement to the book Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. You are not authorized to publish or distribute it in any form without our permission. However, you may print out one copy of this chapter for personal use and for face-to-face teaching for each copy of the Be Prepared book that you own or receive from your school.

This chapter contains solutions and notes for the free-response questions from past AP Calculus exams. The free-response questions and scoring guidelines for these examsare posted on the College Board's apstudent web site and, for teachers, on AP Central:

For students:

For teachers:

## All solutions:

 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

The best way to practice with the past exam questions is to first solve them on your own,then compare your solutions with our solutions and notes.

1971-1985 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin and George Lenchner,and 1986-2000 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin, George Lenchner, and Martin Rudolph,are available for purchase and free download (scanned-to-PDF) atmoems.org.

### Old 2018 Ap Calculus College Board

2018 AP ® CALCULUS AB FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS CALCULUS AB SECTION II, Part A Time—30 minutes. Number of questions—2. A GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS REQUIRED FOR THESE QUESTIONS. People enter a line for an escalator at a rate modeled by the function r given by ⎧ ⎪ t t. 3 7 ⎪⎪ 44 1 for 0 ££ t ⎪ (rt =⎨ 100 300− ) 300.

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### Old 2018 Ap Calculus Scoring

1. The errors were so simple, the 16-year-old students in my calculus class would laugh out loud at the stupidity of the writer of the book. It is indeed quite possible that these authors have never been in a calculus class, as they seem to not know methods crucial to calculus (eg. Euler's method, u-substitution).
2. AP Calculus AB 2018 Free Response Question 2 Particle motion along the x-axis problem. Find derivative at a point, acceleration, using calculator. Find position using the FTC (Fundamental Theorem of Calculus). Distinguish between displacement and distance traveled. Find when velocity is equal to that of a second particle.

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## Annotated Solutions toPast Free-Response Questions

 This material is provided to you as a supplement to the book Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam. You are not authorized to publish or distribute it in any form without our permission. However, you may print out one copy of this chapter for personal use and for face-to-face teaching for each copy of the Be Prepared book that you own or receive from your school.

This chapter contains solutions and notes for the free-response questions from past AP Calculus exams. The free-response questions and scoring guidelines for these examsare posted on the College Board's apstudent web site and, for teachers, on AP Central:

For students:

For teachers:

## All solutions:

 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

The best way to practice with the past exam questions is to first solve them on your own,then compare your solutions with our solutions and notes.

1971-1985 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin and George Lenchner,and 1986-2000 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin, George Lenchner, and Martin Rudolph,are available for purchase and free download (scanned-to-PDF) atmoems.org.

[email protected]

### Old 2018 Ap Calculus Practice Test

* AP and the Advanced Placement Program areregistered trademarks of theCollege Entrance Examination Board,
which was not involved in theproduction of this web site.