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"We went through some of the student's homework for her calc class. She is transferring to a different calc class, which will be focusing on material she has already covered. She understands how to apply the first and second derivative test to a function. Since she will be transferring classes, we will be able to do more review next tutoring session to make sure she is understanding all the work."
"The student and I covered how to construct/draw the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle, and the altitude(s) of a triangle, and also how to determine the area and perimeter. My goal is to focus on finding nonvisual (i.e. more numerical) ways of explaining things when possible, and to start giving her "check your work" problems to help her."
"The student and I covered the newest material she is working on, which is factoring polynomials to the third degree. We also began to review material for her final exam  specifically, using the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines to solve for missing pieces of a triangle."
"The student completed all of the practice problems from last week. She is very motivated and improving steadily. Today we addressed some remaining issues from Algebra 2 including simplifying radicals, graphing functions and graph transformations. I will be sending supplemental work for her to practice graph transformations. We will continue to address Algebra 2 as needed. At the end of the session, we had time to work on some Precalc. For the next 2 weeks, we will focus on Logs and preparing for her final."
"Today we covered scientific notation and single step variable problems. I used her homework and practice problems to test her understanding of how to convert numbers to scientific notation and what log based ten exponents mean. Then we delved into her most recent homework assignment which dealt with manipulating equations with one variable. We also discussed how to identify system of equations with infinite or no solutions. She often memorizes techniques. Through the additional workbooks I have been bringing in, I hope to build her confidence in her own problemsolving skills which will help her spot her own errors during tests."
"The student and I went through his homework that was due tomorrow. He's a whiz at order of operations and ended up getting every thing right. I thought we would increase the difficulty a bit and add parentheses and exponents to those operations. We did problem after problem, and he did tremendously well."
"I met the student at her house today. We went over the foundation of bilinear probabilities and geometric series.
We covered permutation, P(n,r), and some properties of the permutation
We covered and derived the formula for the combination (order not important) of nCr.
We solved some examples of the binomial probability calculations
I am excited about the student's participation and discerning between when to apply permutation and when to apply formulas for combination.
I took pictures of all her homework so I can help her remotely in case she runs into difficulties as she works through the rest of her homework."
We covered permutation, P(n,r), and some properties of the permutation
We covered and derived the formula for the combination (order not important) of nCr.
We solved some examples of the binomial probability calculations
I am excited about the student's participation and discerning between when to apply permutation and when to apply formulas for combination.
I took pictures of all her homework so I can help her remotely in case she runs into difficulties as she works through the rest of her homework."
"In this session, the student and I looked at her test on integers and fractions, and we worked through problems that she missed. She struggled with understanding the difference between a factor and a multiple, and she had a number of addition and division mistakes. Moving forward, I will continue to have her practice these concepts to solidify her understanding of them. We also focused on problem solving skills on the test, practicing what to do when you feel like you are stuck on a problem."
"In this session, I introduced the student to graphing lines from a given equation. We discussed how it is possible for an equation to represent a line and how to identify if an equation is in slopeintercept form. We then discussed how to use the slope and yintercept to graph a line, and the student was able to practice this. He will need more practice graphing lines since this was his first time learning this concept."
"The student and I worked on her Geometry homework, which covered graphing. We went over how to graph a line given a formula in point slope or y=mx+b form. She was able to grasp this after some practice. We next worked on preparing for her History exam on Thursday. We made a review and talked over the essay questions given to her by her teacher."
" In this session, we reviewed for the student's test on Thursday on exponential and logarithmic functions. He is having a hard time with using logarithmic identities to expand/contract expressions or solve equations, so we will spend some more time working on these."
"This session was focused on inductive reasoning to prove scenarios. We spent time covering how they relate to the series and the steps in solving them. Some steps seemed arbitrary, so we discussed where they were coming from. This topic will take more time to fully understand and can be covered again in the next session before the quiz."
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