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...They are also very confusing. I can help you with some of the new concepts that are introduced in Calculus. They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives.

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...The AP exam has lots of really interesting problems on it - make sure that you understand the material well enough to appreciate the great questions you'll be asked! Points and lines and angles and proofs! There's a knack to writing proofs well; mostly making sure that each step is a step and not a leap from the previous one.

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