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"Today we discussed polar coordinates and complex numbers. We practiced converting coordinates from polar form to rectangular form including the use of DeMoivre's theorem. We also discussed how to graph polar equations and how such graphs can be described by rectangular equations."
"The student has a quiz on the Unit Circle this week and then a test later. She had a study guide that we used to finish the review. We went over some tricks to help determine how to remember which radian measures match up with which degree measures. We also went over how to find the radian and/or degree measure given a specific value and trig function. This was a bit difficult for her, but I believe there were enough practice problems to get the procedure down."
"The student and I met for our first session today and we were able to accomplish a lot. He had a study guide with an answer key that we went through covering different types of graphing problems, finding zeros, rational zeros, domain and range, maximum and minimum, as well as regression and other topics. He took notes on how to find each problem with the calculator as well as the steps. We will meet tomorrow to finish the packet and review to make sure he is prepared."
"The student did a great job today. She was prepared for the session and had completed most of her homework before I got there. She shared great news about her physics midterm exam grade, and while it wasn't enough to bring up her semester average, she now knows that she is capable of doing better in physics moving forward.
She had a question about one physics problem, and I showed her ways to simplify equations and unit conversions to minimize error. She already understood the concepts behind the problem, but had been making arithmetic errors. I emphasized using estimation as a way to check one's work.
Most of the session was spent on precalculus. She is now working on conic sections, and this weekend's homework was about graphing parabolas. She understood the concepts and knew all the formulas and terminology, and sometimes needed guidance knowing how to approach multistep problems. Overall, an excellent session."
She had a question about one physics problem, and I showed her ways to simplify equations and unit conversions to minimize error. She already understood the concepts behind the problem, but had been making arithmetic errors. I emphasized using estimation as a way to check one's work.
Most of the session was spent on precalculus. She is now working on conic sections, and this weekend's homework was about graphing parabolas. She understood the concepts and knew all the formulas and terminology, and sometimes needed guidance knowing how to approach multistep problems. Overall, an excellent session."
"We covered exponential functions, power functions, linear functions, quadratic functions and logistic functions. We first reviewed a quiz that he had recently taken that he didn't understand very well. We worked all the problems together and covered the steps he was missing. Afterwards, we worked several review questions in his textbook, many of which were conceptual but some of which were practical. He was having trouble with logistic equations, but after a through explanation of how they work and how to solve them he had no trouble with them at all."
"The student and I focused on an addition algorithm, as well as looking at subtraction, multiplication and division, using the common technique to solve the problems. She and I both decided she could improve the most on her multiplication with this particular skill. After practicing an array of skills, she was doing very well with her multiplication towards the end of the session. I do not have any concerns with the session. I also did not leave her any practice problems."
"The student and I reviewed graphing all trig functions and turning graphs into equations. We also worked on a worksheet that she had for homework. The remainder of the session was spent reviewing this for her test tomorrow. She did well completing all the problems and I think she will do well on the test tomorrow. She seems much more confident now than when I first began working with her. I will tutor her again next Wednesday."
"We worked on math homework. The topic was solving twostep equations. The student and her mother both had mentioned her weakness was word problems. We were able to do some word problems from her textbook together. She knew the correct steps to take once the equation was written."
"The student and I worked on his exam review and an assignment that covered slope intercept form and using a point to derive it after using two points to find the slope. He struggled with this topic more than his previous work. He could use some more practice but he was doing better by the end of our session."
"Continued practicing multiplication. Student understands problems when being instructed or when answer is readily available. However student is apprehensive when doing problems by herself. Suggested multiplication flash cards to parents."
"Today we worked on chapters 5 and 6 in the student's algebra book (since we covered 4 and 7 last time). We worked a lot on factoring. I saw some improvement in her factoring skills. We also talked about difference of squares and identifying perfect square trinomials. She is a little more comfortable naming and classifying polynomials. She is doing pretty well with the quadratic formula and has it memorized."
"I reviewed graphing of linear equations, and solving systems of linear equations in order to assess her level of math competence. I also needed to determine what math concepts to reinforce."
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