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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Jul 17, 2019

In AP Calculus Forum

I hope you're all having a great summer! The AP exam results are now in. Well done, kids! Be sure to check your score online (send me a message if you're having difficulty finding your score). Best wishes for September!

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

May 07, 2019

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Apr 23, 2019

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Apr 08, 2019

In MHF4U1 Forum

Some examples to help prepare for Wednesday's test. *NOTE: The interval in the above problem should be [-2, 5] instead of [-2, 3].

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Mar 08, 2019

In AP Calculus Forum

Gaggle, I'm writing this message to inform you of the expectations for your knowledge of L'Hôpitals Rule on the upcoming test. In class today, I believe I made a comment indicating that any questions requiring L'Hôpital's Rule on the test would initially be of the indeterminate form 0/0 or ∞/∞. Well, after some consideration, I've changed my mind. Here's the updated information: There will be two questions involving the use of L'Hôpital's Rule: - one question will correspond to questions seen in the first lesson on L'Hôpital's Rule (indeterminate form of 0/0) - the other question will correspond to questions seen in the second lesson on L'Hôpital's Rule (the other indeterminate forms) and may require the use of logarithms - neither question will be worth many marks. Sorry for the change, but I believe it's necessary to better represent the time we've dedicated to L'Hôpital's Rule. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD and let me know if you have any other questions. Have a great March Break!

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Feb 04, 2019

In MHF4U1 Forum

Excellent TEDx Talk from renowned McMaster University professor Miroslav Lovric. I've always heard great things about this man from his students. Unfortunately, I was never in any of his classes. If you go to Mac, hopefully you'll have the opportunity to study with him.

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Nov 06, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

@Jeremus von Stroheim A more realistic model?....

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

Oct 18, 2018

In AP Calculus Forum

Some questions on the connections between continuity and differentiability. Important for your future, regardless of where life takes you. 1) What criteria must be met for a function to be considered continuous at a point where x=a? 2) What does it mean for a function to be considered differentiable at a point where x=a? 3) If a function is continuous everywhere, will it always be differentiable everywhere? 4) If a function is differentiable everywhere, will it always be continuous everywhere? 5) If a function is differentiable everywhere, will its derivative always be continuous everywhere?

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

May 17, 2018

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Mr. Gesjorskyj

May 01, 2018

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