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# Yatit Thakker

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Yatit Thakker is a Co-Founder at Omninox. Outside of work, he likes to code web apps, read non-fiction, and game on his phone or PC.

## Pythonic AP Computer Science Principles (APCSP) Course Framework

Pythonic APCSP: Introduction When College Board announced the launch of AP Computer Science Principles (APCSP) in 2016, you could feel the excitement among the Computer Science teachers at the AP Conference in Anaheim, CA. 10 months later, the numbers confirmed that it was the largest course launch in AP history with 45,000 end...

## AP Calculus AB / BC Big Idea Review - Limits

Introduction A limit is the value that a function takes as it approaches a certain point. For continuous functions, this is the value of the function itself. However, for discontinuous functions, limits can have interesting implications. In other words, if the function is continuous: $$\lim_{x \to a} f(x) = f(a)$$ When a...

## AP World History Period 2 Review Questions and Discussion

This article is part of the AP World History Review series. You can also view articles on: • APWH Period 1 Review • APWH Period 2 Review (this article) • APWH Period 3 Review • APWH Period 4 Review • APWH Period 5 Review Introduction - A Review of Period 2 Timeline Period 2 begins in 600 BCE and...

## AP World History Period 1 Review Questions and Explanations

This article is part of the AP World History Review series. You can also view articles on: • APWH Period 1 Review (this article) • APWH Period 2 Review • APWH Period 3 Review • APWH Period 4 Review • APWH Period 5 Review Introduction - A Timeline of Period 1 Period 1 in the new AP World History...

## 3 Reasons Why Calculus Is so Hard

The derivative of its difficulty is also zero, so it will always be this hardCaptain Calculus So you are a pre-med or engineering student stuck in a Calculus class and just had your mind blown to its limits (no pun intended). Most students start scratching their heads when limits become derivatives. Then when derivatives...