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BC2

## Videos

The videos below are divided into two sections: resource and technology. In the resource video, you’ll find information on scoring, solutions and common errors in the released free-response question. The technology videos show the tech solutions available using your graphing calculator.

## Resource Videos

### This video presents typical scoring guidelines, solutions and common errors associated with specific parts of the 2022 AP® Calculus exam. The detailed solutions emphasize the AP® Calculus mathematical practices and skills and include a reasonable expectation of how each would be scored.

2022 AP® Calculus BC2 Scoring Guidelines and Solutions

Free-response question BC2 involves the slope of a tangent line at a specific time, the speed, and the acceleration vector of the particle, and the total distance traveled by the particle over a time interval.

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## Technology Videos

### Free-response questions with graphically presented functions have appeared regularly on AP® exams (both AB and BC) over the last 20 years. Analyze functions using graphical information on Texas Instruments graphing calculators with examples from the 2022 AP® Calculus BC exam.

Particle Motion in the Plane on the TI-Nspire™ CX Graphing Calculator

This video illustrates how you can evaluate parametric equations on a Notes page on a TI-Nspire™ CX graphing calculator to analyze velocity components of a particle moving in a plane. The 2022 BC2 problem is used to show the strategy.

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Particle Motion in the Plane on the TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator

This video illustrates how you can evaluate equations in parametric mode on the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator to analyze velocity components of a particle moving in a plane. The 2022 BC2 problem is used to show the strategy.

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The “PDF slides” zip file contains slides of all the resource videos referenced above. If any calculator files are needed, they will also be available.

## Calculus units

Content in this question aligns well with the AP® Calculus units 8 and 9.

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