• Barbara Murray
    AP Calculus BC
    barbara.murray@humbleisd.net
    281-641-7249
    Room 4112



    AP Calculus BC 2021 Class -- 
    1) Do the Summer Packet in mid-July. Here are the Solutions
    2) Learn about the Summer Refresher and COME!
    3) Go to Helpful Documents and start Unit 1. You'll find Video Lessons, Notes, Blank Worksheets, and Solutions!

    4) Join Remind 101 AP Calc BC 2021:
         https://www.remind.com/join/kbbka2
         or text @kbbka2 to 81010


    Distance Learning Opportunities: Click HERE


    "All mathematicians share a sense of amazement over the infinite depth and mysterious beauty and usefulness of mathematics." ~ Martin Gardner


    Review for Students Entering Calculus III
    SOLUTIONS - Review for Students Entering Calc III


    FORMULA / CONCEPT SHEET - CALC I & II 


    For all Notes, Worksheets, and Solutions go to the AP Calculus BC Google Classroom.
    Go to https//classroom.google.com
    Click on the + in the upper right corner
    Click on Join Class
    Enter the code you got from Mrs. Murray


    To access the on-line Calculus textbook:
      1) Go to www.cengagebrain.com
      2) Click on Register Access Code (upper left)
      3) Enter access code ELPPQRPRPPNXS3
      4) Enter your student login info
    See detailed instructions on my Helpful Documents

    AP Calculus BC Course Information

    What is the difference between AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC? Click HERE.


    2019-20 CLASS SCHEDULE 
       5th Period: AP Calculus BC
       6th Period: AP Calculus BC
       7th Period: AP Calculus BC

    2019-20 TUTORING
       Every B-Block Lunch
       2:50-3:30 Tuesdays and Wednesdays

    TEST MAKE-UPS
       A & B Block Lunch, by appointment
       In our classroom - 4112
       Talk to me, email me, or Remind Text me to schedule.


    AP Calculus BC
    Calculus is the study of continuous change. It has two main branches: Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus.
    The AP Calculus BC curriculum covers Limits, Derivatives, Integrals, and Series -- The first two semesters of university-level Calculus.