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"The student has her cumulative final tomorrow for algebra 2, and she wanted to go over her review assignment. The review covered: polynomials, graphing, domain/range, exponents, solving word problems/logic problems, inequalities, absolute value, radicals, and fractions. Overall, she did very well. She has a very good handle on how to tackle each problem. She understands the concepts, and is able to set up and solve, the equations for each problem. The topic that she needed help with was negative exponents, she kept trying to turn the number/variable negative."
"We worked on some conservation of energy problems in his physics packet and reviewed his Algebra 2 packet to help him prepare for his upcoming final exam. No calculators are allowed for the final exam which meant that we had to devise some novel ways to solve problems quickly. We worked on solving problems by hand during the session also to help him get a better grasp of the concept."
"We reviewed the problems I assigned him last session. We then covered the Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. He initially had difficulty with the Chain Rule regarding differentiation, so we spent extra time on it and I assigned him more problems to work on. For the next session we will do a Chain Rule review and then move onto integration by substitution."
"In this session, we covered exponential growth, exponential decay, and the general form of exponential functions. Today's topics included how to find the algebraic equation of an exponential curve from its graph, and how to reduce polynomial functions."
"During this session, the student and I discussed problems from her midterm review packet. The units that will be tested on her midterm are Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, and Applications of Derivatives.
In particular, we highlighted the differences between differentiability and continuity. We went over calculator techniques for solving complicated algebraic equations, and we continued with related rates."
In particular, we highlighted the differences between differentiability and continuity. We went over calculator techniques for solving complicated algebraic equations, and we continued with related rates."
"I met with the student for the first time today. She is in BC Calculus, so today we looked at her assignment for over the break which dealt with proof by induction. We completed about half of the problems for that section of the assignment, and we discussed what she would need to do for the other problems. Before our next meeting, she will attempt the problems that we were unable to complete and look forward to the rest of the assignment."
"The student and I went over some of the homework problems that he had on the topic of finding area under the curve. We also did some problems on usubstitution, as he still had some questions regarding those. I also reviewed the basic steps involved in usubstitution. The remaining 20 minutes, I spent reviewing Implicit Differentiation, and also had him do some problems on Implicit Differentiation."
"Prior to our session I prepped the spreadsheet the student would need to use to easily calculate the datasets in excel. This included creating tabs to separate the data and setting up the tables to input the data. In addition the project was thoroughly reviewed to identify the research questions and statistical processes to be used.
At our session I reviewed the spreadsheet setup and walked the student through processing the dataset to achieve the required statistics. She reviewed the project and identified the questions and statistical analyses she would need to calculate for the project. We closed by making a plan for the following day.
Following the session I cleaned the file she worked on and emailed her the updated version with a series of notes from discussion."
At our session I reviewed the spreadsheet setup and walked the student through processing the dataset to achieve the required statistics. She reviewed the project and identified the questions and statistical analyses she would need to calculate for the project. We closed by making a plan for the following day.
Following the session I cleaned the file she worked on and emailed her the updated version with a series of notes from discussion."
"We covered the inverse CDF method of sampling from the distribution of a random variable. The student was struggling most with bootstrap methods. No concerns. Yes, it seems like she was picking up the material as the session went on. No, but I asked her to clarify a question with her professor so we can work on it on Monday."
"Today I met the student and assessed where he is in the class. He has a pretty good understanding on the concepts. I also showed him how to access PowerPoints for his class so he can study more efficiently. We ended by recording the calculator steps to do his homework and he is already feeling better about the class!"
"The student and I previewed the second to last topic in her statistics course: correlation. I explained the concept behind variation, walked her through how she might solve it, and previewed the idea of "goodness of fit." We used resources and practice problems from an online source, and she did well on problems exploring the concept of correlation. The next session we will be preparing for her upcoming exam."
"We went over continuous probability distributions (i.e. uniform distributions, normal distributions). This was our first session together. I left them with a practice homework problem. I have no concerns from this session."
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