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"The discussion question I helped the student with today is similar to the previous question but covers ttests versus ANOVAs. We started our session with a brief lesson on what an ANOVA is and why it can be more useful in many cases than a ttest. We then discussed the difference between oneway and twoway ANOVAs. Once she had a good grasp of this material, I helped her draft a discussion question response in which she imagined three null hypotheses on similar topics that could be tested with each type of test discussed in the unit."
"The student had a take home quiz on determining the probabilities of certain scenarios. We had to figure out the sample space and it's elements then calculate probabilities based on them. Later we extended this idea in her homework when we took combinations of things and found the total possibilities."
"We covered the first two chapters of review for a test that the student has on Monday. It was mainly definitions and a few introductions to modeling, and we walked through her class notes. The student understood the concepts for the most part, and asked questions for clarification as necessary."
"We went over probability because this was a problem area. This was a continuation of our first session. The student already has quite a few practice questions from the course to work on so I did not add additional questions."
"The student was not understanding what a linear regression is or how to use her graphing calculator. We covered how to do a scatter plot and run a linear regression on her calculator using an exercise in the book and then put this into practice with one of her homework questions. We covered what a linear regression is, what it is used for and how to determine it. We then covered correlation and their equations. Lastly we reviewed previous chapters in the text book and again how to use the graphing functions to determine single and double stats on data."
"We covered evaluation of angles of trigonometric functions and graphing trigonometric functions. The student needed help with evaluating angles of trigonometric functions. She has come to understand this topic perfectly from this tutoring session. We started to cover graphing of trigonometric functions. She is beginning to understand what phase shifts are and how to apply them. Since we only just began to cover phase shifts, she should get more practice with it."
"The student had her first test since we started sessions, scoring a 96. Not terribly surprising, she understands new material very quickly. Next week her class begins covering a new chapter, so we reviewed the upcoming material. We discussed the core concepts of inverse functions: onetoone functions and f(f^1(x) = x. We also discussed the core concepts of exponential functions: general behavior, shifting and scaling. We did a few example problems in each section to put the concepts to work.
I recommended that the student do a few more problems from her book as practice, whether they are assigned to her or not. Specifically, problems that combined all the concepts."
I recommended that the student do a few more problems from her book as practice, whether they are assigned to her or not. Specifically, problems that combined all the concepts."
"The student had taken his exam over this past week and felt very confident in his performance. He is very enthusiastic about our sessions and has expressed how helpful they are to him. For today's session we began going over the new material he has been learning in class since his exam. We discussed the behaviors of polynomial functions, and related the role of the coefficient and degree of functions to their end behaviors. In extension of this we practiced graphing polynomials by using the end behaviors and finding the xintercepts, minima, and maxima of the functions. On this same topic we went over the various techniques for factoring and solving higher order polynomials, which he has a quiz on tomorrow."
"This session the student and I began her homework packet consisting of word problems, inequalities, and two step equations. The student understand the equations well and I encouraged her to slow down and really think through the problem without feeling the need to complete the problem quickly."
"The student let me know that his test went OK  one or two problems were tough, when he gets it back we will review. Today was spent on new concepts  a long homework sheet about quadratics. Throughout the sheet we covered the model, graph, translations, standard form, vertex form, dilations/compressions, and domains & ranges of the new equation."
"During our session, I helped the student with her homework worksheet, that was more practice on exponents and prime factorization. We then moved on and did more practice on factoring and learned about how to find the greatest common factor between two numbers. She caught on and understood this material very well. The session only lasted one hour because we got through all of her material faster than anticipated."
"The student has a quiz on Tuesday and a test on Thursday, so we mostly reviewed for those two items. We did review problems in his textbook suggested by the teacher. He also has a project he will be working on this week, and we went over his plans for that."
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