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1 min readβ’june 7, 2020

Jed Quiaoit

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In this unit, you will learn more about derivatives, how they are defined, and the basic derivative rules (and exceptions). As one of the core foundations of analyzing functions and change in calculus itself, it is of utmost importance to gain an in-depth understanding of this unit before moving forward to more advanced concepts. This unit makes up 10-12% of the Calculus AB exam and 4-7% of the Calculus BC exam.

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