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"Today we started using complex numbers. We performed some algebra on the equations and we went over simple arithmetic with the formulas. We spent about an hour on that. He had some problems with the "FOIL" method with the precalculus. I slowly stepped through how I got my answer. My plan is to review this again on our next session on Monday. We then continued to review projectile motion problems in physics. We then step through some equations to show how to calculate the maximum range."
"We worked on her homework together, which involved basic trigonometry identities (finding the trig functions of different values) and finding the exact measurements of sides in right triangles using the trigonometry functions."
"The student has a weekly quiz and homework. We did the homework which was on interval notation and it's use for listing when a function is increasing or decreasing and giving it's domain and range. The homework also had local extrema defined. The quiz touched on the domain and range parts, but also includes a lot of unit circle problems. She is good with her placing of special triangles in the unit circle which will help a lot."
"The student is showing improvement. We continued working on the next sections covered in class and worked on problems. We have been working with logs and exponential functions. I will provide her with some properties to memorize that will help with these problems as well as some extra practice."
"Reviewed function forms. Practiced function transformations and fractional powers. Practiced fitting functions to scatterplot data to predict values. The student has been doing much better with the concepts we started reviewing last week. She has an exam on Tuesday that will give us a better understanding of how her work has been paying off. Next week, we will hopefully have the ability to move into factorized asymptotes."
"Reviewed last week's homework, which she had learned more about in class, and performed well. Began new work on Descartes' method and synthetic division for finding roots, and upper and lower bounds. She did very well, and should be prepared for this week's quiz. I left her with some tips and suggestions for completing the homework and doing extra example problems to reinforce the methodology."
"We conducted practice problems to complete homework study for his next test. We focused on exact values, converting from radian to degree, finding negative and positive coterminal angles, quadrant location based on negative or positive aspects of a trig function, and parts of a sinusoidal equation."
"The student and I had our first session today and used it to prepare for an upcoming test on logarithms and exponents. We worked mostly on how alterations to parent functions changed graphical representations of the equations. She struggles with putting the equations in graph form but does fine with using the functions to applied problems. We will meet again next week to talk about the test and go over any new material."
"We went over his second homework on trig, I showed him how to use the unit circle and chart to remember special values of sine and cosine. He used the chart to find values of the inverse functions  I showed him how to find negative values using ASTC. It took a few examples for him to get the hang of it, but he was able to use the chart on his own by the end."
"The student and I had a great session going over his exam and homework. He did well on the test except for a few minor errors. His homework consisted of finding the angles matching the inverses of trigonometric functions with and without a calculator. I feel like he mastered the concept."
"This was the first session with the student. She seems very bright and has lots of potential. I think some concepts in class confused her the first time around, and she benefits from having things explained again and more clearly. We worked on various problems relating to trigonometry and covered topics such as law of sins, arcsin/cos/tan, finding solutions to equations with trig functions in them such as cos 3x = (sqrt 2) / 2."
"The student is starting a new chapter in precalculus, and he had a homework assignment that he wanted help completing. He has now started working with the unit circle. The homework assignment dealt with identifying angles, radians, and reference angles. He had to draw a given angle or radian on a grid and determine the reference angle. He also had to know how to find the 6 trig functions.
He appeared to get a better handle on how to find radians on a circle. He was able to answer the questions on his own by the end. He still has the occasional slip up of switching a number or forgetting a negative, but he can do well. He just needs to maintain focus."
He appeared to get a better handle on how to find radians on a circle. He was able to answer the questions on his own by the end. He still has the occasional slip up of switching a number or forgetting a negative, but he can do well. He just needs to maintain focus."
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