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Introduction to Chemistry/General Chemistry 1
How do hot air balloons rise? Why do our lungs expand during inhalation? Why do egg whites turn white when you cook them? This course provides the tool to answer these questions and many more.<br/><br/>In general chemistry 1, students will learn about atoms, elements, compounds, chemical reactions, gases, thermochemistry, the periodic table, chemical bonding, and solids and liquids.
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Introduction to Calculus/Calc1
This booster class is the perfect companion material for those enrolled in Calculus 1.<br/><br/>The end result of the study of differential calculus is the understanding of changes between values that are related by a function. Become an ace in the methods required to solve problems using differential calculus and get a better grade.
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AP Calculus BC
Students who take AP Calculus BC will learn about differential and integral calculus, covered in AP Calculus AB, and additional topics such as parametric equations, polar coordinates, vector-valued functions, and infinite sequences and series. At the end of this course, students will be able to analyze functions, apply theorems, and justify their conclusions.