Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed material for his upcoming quarter exam, which includes everything from the start of this semester up until now. We worked on a domain, range, and function graphing problem he had to make himself. Additionally, we reviewed graphing ranges and domains and annotating real numbers and their functions."
"During the session, the client wanted me to help her review for her test tomorrow. We worked on the chapter review in her book, which included graphing exponential, log and natural log functions, simplifying/evaluating log/ln expressions, and solving those expressions algebraically. I then reviewed with the client the basic steps on how to solve each type of problem. Lastly, I explained the concept behind exponential growth/decay real-world problems."
"We went over even, odd, or neither graphs, and symmetry across the y-axis or the origin. He did a couple of problems that combined functions; for example, f(x)/g(x). He also did some of these where there was a number for x. For lines and graphs, we went over domain and range, and the values for which a curve/line is increasing or decreasing."
"Reviewed parabolas; graphing them, and translating between equation forms of a(x-h)^2 + k and ax^2 + bx + c. Talked about conditions, and what we can determine from given information in a problem as well."
"The student and I reviewed Sections 2.3 and 2.4 in great detail. He did very well in both sections with limited mistakes. By end of lesson he seemed to have a strong grasp of material."
"The student worked on homework for the last section in the conics chapter, the rotation of conics, rotation of loci, in the clockwise directions with respect to the origin. She worked to find the standard equation given by eliminating the xy-term in the given equation."