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|Twenty Key Ideas in Beginning Calculus offers a "creative sequencing and presentation of a subset of topics in the standard calculus curriculum." Starring Limitman in Limitman-Piggy challenge games, this calculus book for beginners emphasizes anticipatory sets, schedules of reinforcement, connection to real-world applications, pacing, patterns, visuals, examples and counterexamples, evolution and organization of ideas, repeated threading and spiraling of concepts, and especially repetition. Umbarger, who teaches math and AP Computer Science in Dallas, has also written on logarithms and Bayes' Theorem.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Video, Commercial Businesses, Books|
|Math Topics:||Calculus (Single Variable), Pre-Calculus, Applications/Connections|
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