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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
She did not struggle with any concept in particular, but remembering the concepts which we covered nearly two months ago might have been difficult. However, she did write up her own notes before I arrived for our session to refresh her memory about the material.
After her review session, we proceeded to talk about magnetism, its applications, and how it relates to circuits and current."
In precalculus, we talked about the law of sines that allows one to solve a triangle, given the appropriate information. The student had no problems applying the law and could solve triangles easily. The most complicated topic regarding the law of S=sines has to do with the ambiguous cases, so we focused a lot of time on them. I simplified it for her by breaking the cases down into two main categories, acute and obtuse. I laid out an algorithm that first called for the calculation of the height. By comparing the two given sides with the height, one should be able to determine how many possible triangles exists with the given information. I left her with a review sheet that she could look over if she gets confused. With some more practice, she should be a law of sines expert."