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"The student was working on finding the LCD between two or three fractions and putting them in order from least to greatest. She needed to go over how to find the LCD and how to convert the fractions by multiplying by a form of one. She found patterns (such as multiplying the denominators to find the LCD) and she likes to know WHY things work the way they do and not just how to work a problem. She is a thinker, and I like that!"
"We went through Power series and Taylor series. We expressed fundamental functions in terms of Taylor polynomials. We will cover more power series next time."
"I worked with the student to prepare her on her cumulative quiz this Friday. We covered inverse operations, order of operations, and graphing lines on the coordinate plane. She struggled a bit on order of operations with exponents and negative signs, but I walked her through several examples stepbystep."
"The student and I finished his math homework, which included converting percentages to a multiplier, and using that to increase or decrease an initial value. The student had some difficulty with this concept so I will be emailing the student's mom with some homework and resources to practice this concept."
"Tuesday's session was also very quick. Her next homework assignment was about falling objects and the function they follow. I gave her a quick review about how these past two lessons she went over tie in directly to physics, and that falling objects always follow a curved path with a squared function. We went over her homework, which was mainly going over one main example with other questions stemming off from it, mostly about nonlinear equations. Throughout the example, I was asking her questions and explaining to her how important it is to understand the physical meaning behind these values and what the xintercept and yintercept mean in terms of the object falling off the building. I do believe she grasped the concept and was able to get the correct values only after I went through the thought process with her, but with more practice I believe she will be more able to do these problems on her own."
"We again covered exponential functions. The student seemed to have a better grasp of the structure and rules for exponential functions than she did last session. We derived the equations for exponential functions from data tables, then reviewed rules for simplifying exponents (e.g. negative exponents, rational exponents) for a quiz she has this week.
Next week, we will continue with math if necessary; she also mentioned that she could use help with chemistry so we will try to review that as well."
Next week, we will continue with math if necessary; she also mentioned that she could use help with chemistry so we will try to review that as well."
"Today we went over finding missing angles using z= x+y, finding the total sum of angles in regular polygons using s=(n2)x180, and reviewing a MAP test packet. The student did a great job! She used the s=(n2)x180 formula to find the total sum of angles then find the missing angle using an equation and inverse operations."
" We went over some SAS output for a project the student is working on involving the effects of vaccines on immunization, looking at which variables contributed to the model and which showed correlation. We will be going over contrasts next week."
"First session, met at client's house. We went over homework and assigned practice problem.
Covered short differentiation and log ln differentiation.
The student has a good grasp on the mechanics of what she has learned. Next session planned for Monday before her calc quiz on Tuesday. I left her with recommended activities (mnemonics) to use as a supplement. Next session will focus on theorem derivation of trig equations."
Covered short differentiation and log ln differentiation.
The student has a good grasp on the mechanics of what she has learned. Next session planned for Monday before her calc quiz on Tuesday. I left her with recommended activities (mnemonics) to use as a supplement. Next session will focus on theorem derivation of trig equations."
"The student and I prepared for her exam on Wednesday. We completed the practice problems suggested. We covered solving improper integrals, integration by parts, integration using trig substitution, and integration involving partial fraction decomposition."
"For this session we worked through the student's homework concerning complex numbers and finding nonreal answers to quadratic solutions. We ran into a stumbling block in solving equations that had 2nd power variable coefficients higher than 1, but otherwise he has the process down. We also practiced finding complex conjugate pairs using a+bi form, which took a little bit for the student to understand the idea at first, only because it was simpler than he was thinking. After finishing the algebra assignment, we finished the session working on a physics assignment concerning frictional forces and finding the net forces on objects in one dimension."
"Last night the student and I worked on defining polynomials by degree and term as well as adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials. I explained the multiplication in a different way than she had heard in class and she said it made more sense. She was able to work the problems with minimal help from me and explain why she was solving them with a particular strategy, which was awesome. She informed me that she had done better on her test than she would have, but that she "still bombed it". I want to get to a point where she is no longer just doing better than she would have, but where she is flourishing and understanding how to do every problem set. I urged her to continue trying to review Algebra 1 material, as understanding that is the only way we are going to be able to move forward with what we are doing."
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