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Product NameBarron's Ap Calculus, 12th Edition
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AuthorDavid Bock, Shirley Hockett
Page Count696
BindingPaperback
Published02/01/2013
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Long DescriptionBoth Calculus AB and Calculus BC are covered in this comprehensive AP test preparation manual. The book's main features include: Four practice exams in Calculus AB and four more in Calculus BC All test questions answered with solutions explained A detailed subject review covering topics for both exams The book also offers advice to students on efficient use of their graphing calculators.
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