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"We spent the first half hour completing a math review packet on ordered pairs and plotting coordinates on a graph. The student finished this very easily. For the last 20 minutes we drilled his multiplication tables using flash cards then did a written, timed test. He has greatly improved, particularly with speed, but also with accuracy. I will continue to sporadically drill his times tables because there are a few that still give him trouble."
"The student and I went over some problems on his calculus test he took today. Specifically, we went over the convergence of Taylor series, representation of functions parametrically and polar coordinates. For the remainder of the session we went over his first test to prepare for his final in calculus."
"The student and I had a great session preparing him for his exam tomorrow. Specifically, we covered complex numbers, solving the quadratic formula (and how to program it on his calculator), graphing quadratics, and solving and graphing quadratic inequalities. He had a few questions on these concepts but was able to quickly pick up on them after explanation."
"Today we reviewed solving angles with parallel lines and transversals and the corresponding proofs.
We reviewed her practice sheet on factoring and established some tricks to improve and speed up factoring by paying attention to the positive and negative signs in an expression to determine what signs and values will be in each set of parentheses."
We reviewed her practice sheet on factoring and established some tricks to improve and speed up factoring by paying attention to the positive and negative signs in an expression to determine what signs and values will be in each set of parentheses."
"We covered half of lesson 40 from the student's math book. This involved working on problems finding the area and circumference of a circle given radius, diameter, and central angle. Calculating the portion of the circle a central angle is equivalent to is something she needs more practice with. We also covered simplification and combining of like terms in an equation. Her foiling of binomials need more practice. We also used the Pythagorean theorem to find the area of a triangle and a triangle's missing side. Also, we worked on simplifying fractions that had division, multiplication, addition, and subtraction in them. She did very well in this area."
"We continued our review from last time, this time covering midsegments of the triangle as well. There are certain small issues of language continually cropping up. For instance, understanding that a midpoint is the middle of a segment, therefore the segments on either side of the midpoint are congruent, and viceversa. So my goal for future sessions is to keep breaking the language down; we did this with "midsegment" and "altitude", and it seemed to help a lot."
"The student and I reviewed his homework. The homework covered all the basic rules of differentiation and how to apply them to functions to obtain their derivatives. We then used the derivatives to help him determine local extrema of the functions and on what intervals the functions were increasing/decreasing."
"The student is learning matrix math. She had a good understanding of how to add and subtract matrices. She had more difficulty multiplying matrices, and this is where we spent most of our time. We also had a little bit of time to work on inverse and Cramer's rule to solve systems of equations."
"Tonight we practiced problems to do with graphing, slope, line, and points. These problems were practice for her test in one week. She completed most of the problems with ease. Some of the problems involving absolute value and yintercept seemed a bit confusing for her. We worked through these. I encouraged her to talk out her problems while solving, so I had an idea of what she is doing and where any mistakes may occur. Most of the time, she could solve problems in her head using knowledge she already had about the problem and different parts of it. I have encouraged her to eliminate answers she knows are incorrect then continue to try and solve the problems she may struggle with. I will send her some practice questions by Monday to give her some extra practice for her test on Thursday."
"Today we focused on a math review of the entire week in an attempt to complete the student's homework for break as well as practice more with the physics equations that we went over on Friday. He still struggles, but I believe with some consistency he will remember the applications"
"The student had a test the next day, so we reviewed material that would be on that test. We covered logarithmic functions, particularly how to graph them, find a function to fit a graph, and transformations of them. We also reviewed the properties of logarithms. After we finished studying Chapter 7 material, we moved to Chapter 4, which covered quadratic equations, imaginary numbers, factoring, and completing the square. We practiced transformations of quadratic equations, how to simplify expressions of imaginary numbers, and how to factor and find zeroes using factoring. I showed her how to complete the square and we did practice on that too."
"This evening we went over what the student remembered from his last test. The scores haven't been posted yet, but he told me what he could remember from it. Judging from what he told me I think he did fairly well. It should be posted by our next session. For the rest of the session we worked on his homework assignment for the material he'll be doing the week he gets back to school. It mostly consists of an introduction to probability and random variable distributions  largely detail stuff but it's important. There's no homework over thanksgiving break so he has an opportunity to get ahead. We'll continue with that during our next meeting as well."
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