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## Units (select a unit)

• ###### Limits and Continuity
One- and Two-Sided Limits
Limits That DNE
Indeterminate Form of 0/0
Infinite Limits
Squeeze Th. & Trig Limits
Continuity
IVT
Problem Solving
• ###### Derivatives
Tangent Line Problem
Def. of Derivative
Derivative Rules
Higher Order Derivatives
Deriv. of Trig., Logs, e, Piecewise & Abs. Value
Tangent & Normal Lines
Deriv. of Inverse Functions
• ###### Applications of Derivatives
L’Hopital’s Rule
Implicit Differentiation
Related Rates
Differentials
Linear Approx. & Motion
• ###### Analyzing Functions Using Derivatives
Critical & Extreme Values
The 1st & 2nd Deriv. Tests
Connecting f, f’ and f”
Curve Sketching
Rolle’s & Mean Value Thms
Newton’s Method
Optimization
• ###### Integration
Riemann Sums
Trapezoidal Approximation
Sigma Notation
Definite & Indefinite Integrals
FTC - Parts I & II
Avg Values for Integrals
MVT for Integrals
u-Substitution for Integration
• ###### Applications of Integration
Integral Defined Functions
Net & Rates of Change
Particle Motion Revisited
Area Between Two Curves
Volume by Disk, Washer & Cross-Section Methods
• ###### Differential Equations

`I like how this is broken down into chapters inside the units but are there still unit exams? I only see chapter quizzes.`
```Dear Brad Rafferty,

Thank you for your comment. Since Calculus slides will remain the same across various forms of the course (e.g., Honors Calculus, AP Calculus AB/BC, etc.), we&#x27;ve added the unit tests to each course, individually, while still linking to the same &quot;chapters&quot; containing presentations and other supporting files. Here are links to the courses that have been created, thus far, and within each unit of the desired course will show the &quot;Unit Test&quot; at the desired level.
- Honors Calculus: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/honors-calculus/
- AP Calculus AB: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/ap-calculus-ab-2022/

Kind regards,

Audra```
```Hello Audra,

The tests aren&amp;amp;#x27;t in the Assessment section. I only see quizzes. Where can I find the Unit Tests```
```Dear Carl Martin,

Thank you for your comment. Since Calculus slides will remain the same across various forms of the course (e.g., Honors Calculus, AP Calculus AB/BC, etc.), we&amp;amp;amp;#x27;ve added the unit tests to each course, individually, while still linking to the same &amp;amp;amp;quot;chapters&amp;amp;amp;quot; containing presentations and other supporting files. Here are links to the courses that have been created, thus far, and within each unit of the desired course will show the &amp;amp;amp;quot;Unit Test&amp;amp;amp;quot; at the desired level.
- Honors Calculus: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/honors-calculus/
- AP Calculus AB: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/ap-calculus-ab-2022/

Kind regards,

Audra```
```Hi Audra,
I have looked in the links you provided above and still do not see the assessments anywhere. I only see the listed Units, which only have quizzes in the assessment area. Can you please provide the specific location (the link above does not show unit tests anywhere) where the unit tests are? Thank you!```
```Dear Christy Spencer,

Thank you for your comment. The links provided above take us to each course. For example, if you click on the Honors Calculus link above and open the unit "Limits & Continuity", the unit test will appear below the chapters within the "Assessment" Resource category. I will also send you a follow-up email with screenshots to better explain.

Kind regards,

Audra```
```Hi Audra,
I can not find unit tests.  Under the Assessment Resource only quizzes are listed.  There are no unit tests listed.```
```Dear Karen Wilhoite,

Thank you for your comment. Since Calculus slides will remain the same across various forms of the course (e.g., Honors Calculus, AP Calculus AB/BC, etc.), we have added the unit tests to each course, individually, while still linking to the same Chapter containing presentations and other supporting files. Here are links to the courses that have been created, thus far, and within each unit of the desired course will show the Unit Test at the desired level.
- Honors Calculus: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/honors-calculus/
- AP Calculus AB: https://njctl.org/materials/courses/ap-calculus-ab-2022/

Kind regards,

Audra```
```Hi Audra,
1. I think some of the unit tests are there and some are missing, in the supporting files. Unless I am just missing it, I cannot find the unit test for Unit 4 or Unit 6. Units 1,2,3,5,7 appear to be located where you have directed people above.
2. Minor, but--the link you are sharing for AP Calc AB is broken. Removing the hyphen at the end fixes it. :)
3. Thank you so much for the high quality curriculum. This has helped our school teach ab calc in the first year we have offered it!```
```Dear Spencer Rosenfeld,

Thank you for your comment and feedback that has been shared. The link information has been updated in prior response comments above (i.e., removing the hyphen from the end of each URL).

The unit tests in units 4 and 6 will be reviewed, updated (as needed) and posted at various points in the upcoming week.

It is wonderful to hear that your school now has AP Calculus to offer to your students.

Kind regards,

Audra```
```Dear Spencer Rosenfeld,

Thanks, again, for your comment. The Analyzing Functions Using Derivatives (Unit 4) Test has been reviewed & posted. We are still working on creating some of the problems in the Unit 6 Test-Retest file.

```Dear Spencer Rosenfeld,