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The 9th edition AP Calculus (AB) question book retains most of the questions from the 8th edition, with 40-45 new multiple-choice questions and 9 new free-response questions. This edition reflects the current AP Calculus Course Description and the most recent changes in AP format and notation. The AP Calculus (AB) book has six sample exams consisting of 45 multiple-choice questions and 6 free-response questions in each sample exam. Section I Part A consists of 28 multiple-choice questions and does not allow the use of a calculator; and Section I Part B consists of 17 multiple-choice questions and requires a graphing calculator for some questions. Section II consists of 6 free response questions. Section II Part A consists of two free-response questions for which graphing calculators are required, and Section II Part B consists of four free-response questions for which graphing calculators are not allowed. In addition, the book has workspace area for students to work out each problem (multiple-choice and free-response), an index which acts as a cross reference for all multiple-choice questions, and a separate Answer Key for the multiple-choice and free-response section of each sample exam. Also available for your students is a STUDENT'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY MULTIPLE-CHOICE AND FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP CALCULUS (AB) EXAMINATION (9th edition). It provides a step-by-step solution for each problem (multiple-choice and free-response) in the question book. In many cases, the incorrect answers are also examined, so your students can learn to avoid common pitfalls. Thousands of high schools throughout the country who are using our books find that they make a significant impact on student test scores.

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The 9th edition AP Calculus (AB) question book retains most of the questions from the 8th edition, with 40-45 new multiple-choice questions and 9 new free-response questions. This edition reflects the current AP Calculus Course Description and the most recent changes in AP format and notation.

The AP Calculus (AB) book has six sample exams consisting of 45 multiple-choice questions and 6 free-response questions in each sample exam. Section I Part A consists of 28 multiple-choice questions and does not allow the use of a calculator; and Section I Part B consists of 17 multiple-choice questions and requires a graphing calculator for some questions. Section II consists of 6 free response questions. Section II Part A consists of two free-response questions for which graphing calculators are required, and Section II Part B consists of four free-response questions for which graphing calculators are not allowed.

In addition, the book has workspace area for students to work out each problem (multiple-choice and free-response), an index which acts as a cross reference for all multiple-choice questions, and a separate Answer Key for the multiple-choice and free-response section of each sample exam.

Also available for your students is a STUDENT'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY MULTIPLE-CHOICE AND FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP CALCULUS (AB) EXAMINATION (9th edition). It provides a step-by-step solution for each problem (multiple-choice and free-response) in the question book. In many cases, the incorrect answers are also examined, so your students can learn to avoid common pitfalls.

Thousands of high schools throughout the country who are using our books find that they make a significant impact on student test scores.

The AP Calculus (AB) book has six sample exams consisting of 45 multiple-choice questions and 6 free-response questions in each sample exam. Section I Part A consists of 28 multiple-choice questions and does not allow the use of a calculator; and Section I Part B consists of 17 multiple-choice questions and requires a graphing calculator for some questions. Section II consists of 6 free response questions. Section II Part A consists of two free-response questions for which graphing calculators are required, and Section II Part B consists of four free-response questions for which graphing calculators are not allowed.

In addition, the book has workspace area for students to work out each problem (multiple-choice and free-response), an index which acts as a cross reference for all multiple-choice questions, and a separate Answer Key for the multiple-choice and free-response section of each sample exam.

Also available for your students is a STUDENT'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY MULTIPLE-CHOICE AND FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP CALCULUS (AB) EXAMINATION (9th edition). It provides a step-by-step solution for each problem (multiple-choice and free-response) in the question book. In many cases, the incorrect answers are also examined, so your students can learn to avoid common pitfalls.

Thousands of high schools throughout the country who are using our books find that they make a significant impact on student test scores.

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