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Getting AP Calculus Across & Down
Across & Down is a crossword puzzle but the clues are calculus problems (AB) and the solutions are numbers (digits 0 - 9 and negative signs).
Across & Down is a subscription with a different set of clues coming out every week starting September 2017 and ending March 2018. The problems build according to the order in the AB Calculus manual. So week 1 deals with limits, week 2 deals with derivatives, etc.
Across & Down is meant to cover the basics of the AP Calculus course. While there are several tougher problems, most of them are the types of problems you would have on one of your regular exams.
Across & Down comes with an Excel file that allows direct input of answers. The solution version allows an enhanced use of this Excel file.
Across & Down Solutions
Across & Down can be used several ways.
While the student version is free, the solution version gives several advantages. First you receive the detailed solutions to every problem.
To receive the free Across & Down puzzle on a weekly basic, you need to be a member of the mastermathmentor.com community. If you haven't done so, by clicking on free registration. Once you are a member you have access to all of our free subscriptions. You will receive a new set of Across and Down clues via email every Thursday, starting 9/14/17.
You can also get the free student versions of Across and Down using the links at the bottom of this page. A new link will be provided every week.
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Across & Down Solutions
Click here to get the Across and Down crossword template in PDF format.
Click here to get the Across and Down crossword Excel smart template. Using this will allow your students to enter their answers directly into their computer and save their results. (Note that in order to use the keyboard to input answers, students must navigate by clicking in the orange section outside the puzzle and then using the arrows (left, right, up, and down) to go to the desired cell. Clicking on the cell itself will not work).
Free Student Version Clues and availability