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"We spend the majority of the sessions reviewing for the student's test tomorrow. I gave her questions addressing every subject that she will be tested on (graphing absolute value functions, solving systems graphically, solving by substitution/elimination, applications of linear systems, linear inequalities, systems of linear inequalities). She did well with the graphing problems and substitution/eliminations. We reviewed age and distance problem, and she improved at those (especially age). She is still struggling a bit with distance problems, but she solved three of the four questions I presented her with correctly. We spent a small portion of the session looking over her homework from today (a new chapter on exponents), and will review it further during out next session."
"We went over the student's homework. We worked on finding slope, y intercept and the equation when given two points. Then we did the same when given the points plotted on a graph. I showed her how to double check even if you are looking at the graph by plugging in a point given with the slope you found to determine the y intercept or "b" in the slope intercept form of an equation."
"The student was introduced to the point/slope form of linear equations recently. Tonight, we worked on expressing linear equations in various forms (point/slope, slope/intercept, and standard form). She practiced converting equations from one form to another. She says that she is maintaining an A in class, and that homework and extra practice have been doing her a lot of good. She was provided a semester review sheet and will be using it to prepare for upcoming exam(s)."
"The student is working on functions and finding the domain and range. His biggest issues are remembering that the domain goes with x (side to side) and range goes with y (up and down)."
"The student and I began this session by discussing the results of the quiz he had taken last Monday. Out of 9 possible points, he scored 7.5, which is a solid B (83.33%). Afterwards, he began working on today's assignment, which dealt with graphing systems of inequalities. Because we had touched on this topic last week, we were able to jump right into the assignment after a few brief reminders. In the past, he had a tendency to rush through his graphs, but he appeared more measured today, and he was able to quickly finish his homework. Afterwards, we began reviewing the other sections in this chapter in preparation for his test on Friday."
"Student 1 needed help with an Algebra Unit 3 review packet that needed to be completed before he could take a retest. We worked extensively with the slopeintercept form to find equations of lines passing through two points, slopes of lines passing through two points, and to discover the rate of change of linear functions. We completed X/Y tables and graphed our results. We even worked with line translations and parallel and perpendicular lines. Other topics included undefined slopes and tricks for telling whether or not a slope is positive or negative. After an hour, student 2 came into the session, and he did his math homework on the order of operations (PEMDAS). Overall, this was a very strong first session with both of them. For homework, I will send each of them a practice/diagnostic test."
"The student is improving still! He understands more and he has fewer questions this time. We went into the math for his physics class. He just wanted to understand how GPE and KE relate and finding speed and height when unknown."
"We worked on systemofequation word problems for math, which the student has improved on a great deal. For chemistry, we worked through a study packet that included mostly balancing chemical reactions. She got a 92 on a recent quiz on the subject, so she's feeling confident about an upcoming test."
"Today we covered:
 converting between fractions <> decimals, fractions <> percentages
 order of operations
 multiplication times table
The student struggled mostly with converting between fractions and decimals, specifically, he could not explain how he got an answer, correct or not. When prompted, he seemed to understand but could not reiterate the understanding on his own."
 converting between fractions <> decimals, fractions <> percentages
 order of operations
 multiplication times table
The student struggled mostly with converting between fractions and decimals, specifically, he could not explain how he got an answer, correct or not. When prompted, he seemed to understand but could not reiterate the understanding on his own."
"She had two homework sets on Monday, but we only had enough time to go over one. The problems were about arithmetic sequences, explicit formulas, recursive formulas, and function notation. Once she remembered the arithmetic sequence equation, she was able to solve the problems. Some of them were trickier, and sometimes she got to a point in the problem where she didn't know what the next step was. These required combining her previous lessons of solving systems of equations along with the arithmetic sequence equation to find the nth term. She was able to do other similar ones on her own once we did one together. We will be doing the other homework set during the next session."
"This was my first session with the student. We covered intercepts and slopes of linear equations, including using two points (such as the x and y intercepts) to find the slope of a linear equation. We spent time on different types of problems that all used the slope formula. No concerns."
"We discussed percents and proportions. The student is very bright and understands the concepts well. We will work on solving questions creatively in future sessions."
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