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Archive Monthly Archives: March 2016

Rules of Logarithms: A Comprehensive Algebra Review

Logarithmic functions have several important algebraic properties. Logarithm rules (sometimes shorten as log rules) are the instructions on how to perform algebraic manipulations with logarithmic

Federalist Number 10: AP US History Crash Course Review

It’s no question that the Founding Fathers played an important role in American history. When it comes to the people who did so much for the founding of our nation, how can you keep track of ever

What “Science Practices” Mean for AP Chemistry Students

In 2013, with the introduction of a new exam, the AP Chemistry community was tossed in a new direction (or so it would seem). Content standards were replaced with Big Ideas, Enduring Understanding

How to Apply Power Reducing Formulas in Trigonometry

Power reducing formulas are formulas where powers of trigonometric functions change to linear combinations of trigonometric functions without any powers. Work through a variety of examples of power

Everything You Need to Understand about the APUSH DBQ Rubric

The dreaded Document Based Question. Here lies the bane of almost every AP US History student. If you’ve been doing this right, these three letters—DBQ—should send shutters down your spin

Afferent vs. Efferent: What’s the Difference? AP Psych Crash Course Review

The AP Psychology course covers 14 key topics and fields of study in psychology, and the AP exam will test your knowledge of all of them. It can be exhausting to process all the information expecte