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"The student and I had a great session. The topic of the day was finding the angle which matches the inverses of trigonometric functions. She was a little confused about the subject at the beginning of the worksheet but by the end of it felt much more confident as she was solving them on her own. Overall a great session!"
"We did some test preparation for the student's exam on Thursday, as well as identifying solution sets for polynomials and sets that satisfy polynomial inequalities. We also did some function optimization using the calculator for his homework as well as consideration of various constraints in story problems."
"The student has a quiz tomorrow; she seemed slightly less prepared than usual, so we reviewed the entire time. Below is a breakdown of the topics covered and assignments completed during today's session; graphing parent trig functions by hand and by memory (timed), switching between degrees and radians, graphing parent functions with a specified domain, graphing nonparent functions by stretching and compressing x and y values (worksheet 7 in packet), determining the range for nonparent trig functions (worksheet 7 in packet)."
"In this session the student and I covered exponents and logarithms and graphing. She is attentive and on task and has an easy time graphing. I suggested that she make small summaries of the steps she should pay the most attention to when graphing to make it easier for her to see where she might get stuck during the exam and avoid doing so."
"We reviewed for his quiz on section 3.3  graphing trig functions. We spent a lot of time on finding the period of a function (ex. sin(x), sin(2x), sin(x/pi), etc.), and using the unit circle to fill in charts for sin, cos and tan. We also looked at trig identities and finding sin(cos^1(x)). He has made a lot of improvement from last week."
"In my session with the students, I worked with both on separate topics. With Student 1, we worked on algebra 2 and graphing polynomial functions. With Student 2, we worked on dividing by polynomial functions and the steps of synthetic division."
"Reviewed test corrections from recent test. We reviewed additional information she needs to add to her mastery portfolio with additional completed worksheets on standards. We also completed work on odd and even functions."
"We began by working through a few physics problems in order to prepare for tomorrow's physics exam. Then we transitioned to math. We worked through her homework problems which involved taking a description and translating it into an equation."
"We worked for about 55 minutes on the current, chapter 3.5, homework problems on polynomials, their graphs, points of extrema, and using a graphing calculator to graph polynomial functions. Spent the last 20 minutes or so going over an exam from chapter two of the text; identified some of the problematic concepts for the student (e.g. sketching a piecewise defined function, transformations of the coordinates and their effect on a function). I explained to him to go back to chapter 2 and restudy it in more detail."
"We went over a bit of chapter 2 in her book, and her homework from chapter 3.1, and we touched on logs from 3.2.
I asked her to look over chapter 2 from her test.
We talked about checking answers after she is done."
I asked her to look over chapter 2 from her test.
We talked about checking answers after she is done."
"The student and I met to go over her newest homework and help clarify some of the new concepts she learned, including coterminal angles, unit circle, using coterminal angles to find trig functions, and working with radians and degrees. I taught her a few tips, and she seems to grasp everything better with a little more time and explanation put into it. She was able to finish almost all of the current assignment and knows how to do the last few problems (we went over one that is a template for the rest). I will continue to go over what she has learned in class so that it sinks in better."
"The student and I reviewed logs. We worked on her homework, which involved solving for x in an exponential equation and also solving for x in a log equation. We practiced using the properties of logs and exponential functions (inverses) to help us solve for x. We also reviewed the change of base property and the property for log(x*y) and log (x/y). Lastly, we reviewed the "parent" graph for log(x) and its domain."
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