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"The student had a test this morning, so we used this session to look ahead to her upcoming class topics. We went over the quadratic technique of completing the square and the derivation of the quadratic formula. Then, I introduced her to simple radical expressions and equations."
"Very good first session. Worked with fractions, +,,x, and dividing. Using mixed numbers too. Next session, Monday. Also reviewed her homework assignment. Also introduced exponent laws and reviewed PEMDAS."
"We started by going over the student's current material which is on graphing quadratic functions and giving properties of the graph (intercepts, vertex, axis of symmetry). She seemed to have a pretty good understanding of this material. We then went over some past material including graphing lines, factoring, solving equations with fractions, and interval notation."
"We reviewed all of Chapter 6 and the student worked sample problems on rates, ratios, proportions, decimals, percents, the percent ratio, percent increase/decrease and various mixture problems. The student took his chapter test and got 100 on the computer section. We went ahead and started the section on linear equations. The student breezed through the preliminaries; Cartesian plane, axes, quadrants, graphing points, etc. He got a 100 on that quiz. We practiced changing from standard form of the linear equation to y = mx + b. The student is good at balancing and reconfiguring equations. He got 100 on that segment, too. We worked on x and y intercepts and using them to find points to graph in a standard form equation. The student remembered having difficulty with these and with y = ____ and x = ______ lines, so we went over these pretty thoroughly and he got a 100 on this quiz also. I showed him how to use the y = mx + b form of an equation to figure out which graphed line in a problem matched which equation, instead of the more time consuming substituting points. Next week, we will start with slope and rate of change."
"We covered multiplying and dividing radical expressions. The teacher handed back the chapter five test and we went over questions that he was deducted points for. We'll continue working on building polynomial functions given imaginary roots. I left him practice problems from sections 6.2 and 6.3. I'm not worried about his progress."
"We started the session by looking briefly through the sections she'd covered in class in case there were any points she needed clarification on. She was fine for the most part, but we did do a quick review on unions and intersections for inequalities, which she did fine on once we ran through the notation. She then started on her homework for that night, which covered compound inequalities. The first couple of problems she did the way her teacher showed, namely by treating the compound inequality as two separate inequalities to simplify before combining them back together. Once it was clear this made sense to the student, I showed her how to simplify the compound inequality at the same time, which she picked up on very quickly and did well with. She continued working on the problems and we did a quick review on some other notation ({x I x>5}). The second part of the compound inequality problems were similar, but used "and" or "or" to indicate the relationships, which she needed a little explanation on but picked up very quickly. At this point, a good amount of our sessions are spent with me prompting her to explain her thought process to me once we've walked through a few problems together, which really seems to help her both in terms of confidence and solidly getting the concepts down. We finished the session with a few review problems from previous chapters since her tests are somewhat cumulative and she did very well on them, just having to check a few definitions in the index, which I encourage her to use so she's well aware of her resources for when I'm not there."
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