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How does calculus help us to sketch graphs of functions?

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How can we classify stationary points on graphs of functions?

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How does the language of functions help us to talk about calculus, and vice versa?

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What does the second derivative tell us about a function?

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How do transformations of functions affect derivatives and integrals?

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Building blocks | Gradients of gradients |

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Building blocks | Thinking constantly |

Package of problems | Additional integrals |

Many ways problem | Can you find... curvy cubics edition |

Many ways problem | Two-way calculus |

Problem requiring decisions | Choose your families |

Problem requiring decisions | Keep your distance |

Food for thought | Slippery slopes |

Food for thought | What else do you know? |

Investigation | Curvy cubics |

Go and think about it... | Average turning points |

Resource in action | Two-way calculus - teacher support |