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Welcome to Conservapedia's course in basic calculus! This course is designed for students who have completed trigonometry and algebra II, or the equivalent courses. A full understanding of the Calculus I lectures, and completion of the homeworks, should prepare the student to take the advanced placement exam "AB Calculus" for college credit.


Hopefully, the student will have complete familiarity with all the trigonometric functions, their most common values, logarithms and exponents, and feel comfortable and fluent working with algebraic equations. However, we will dedicate most of this lecture to review. This is not intended to teach these concepts, but to refresh them for students who have already learned this material.


Trigonometric Functions

Exponents and Logarithms