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"The student and I reviewed for a quiz he had the next day. He had to solve systems of equations using both the elimination and substitution methods. He also had to graph systems of linear inequalities. He did really good on solving all of these problems with little input from me."
"Today we covered polar coordinates in precalc and gravitation in physics. We talked about the usefulness of polar coordinates and the kinds of shapes we can make with simple polar equations. We also went over how to come up with an equation for these shapes and visa versa. In physics we began to talk about gravitational forces and how to solve gravitation problems in the student's homework."
"The student and I had an overview of her next unit on polar coordinates and complex numbers, with special focus on translating between polar and rectangular forms. We also reviewed her notes on the vector unit to prepare her for that test this week."
"Today we covered trigonometric identities, converting from rectangular to polar coordinates and vice versa, graphing polar and rectangular coordinates, graphing ellipses and parabolas, and parametric equations"
"We went over functions and increasing/decreasing functions tonight. Also, we reviewed previous homework that would be on the quiz tomorrow and the test on Thursday. The student is to continue studying for his quiz and test."
"Reviewed logarithms. The student only had a little trouble dealing with graphs and solving for variables of exponential functions. I gave him some pointers and worked with him on a couple examples. After our review, the student had little trouble performing the practice problems. The student left confident about taking his test on Wednesday."
"We worked some triangle problems from the student's homework; I can tell she is improving because she catches on more quickly and remembers previous material that is built upon. I left her with routine problems she can clearly do, and skipped ahead to show her some material from upcoming sections."
"Student's classwork today was on unit triangles and unit circles. We went over the standard dimensions of the unit triangles (right, isosceles, equilateral) and unit circles. We discussed the difference between radians and degrees and how to concert between the two. I provided him with an easy "plugandchug" method involving proportions for these conversion. We reviewed his homework. He experienced slight difficulty with the abstract representations of variable algebra, so we worked through such problems by plugging in real numbers and then working backwards."
"The student has started the chapter involving graphing the trig functions. We briefly reviewed the unit circle, making sure that he could construct it entirely from memory (filling in each radian and value). We then translated this to solving for each sin and cos value for each radian.
We reviewed the parent function graphs of both sin and cos then discussed how they are translated to change the period and amplitude (using the formula y = a sin(bx) or y =a cos (bx)).
We then went over several practice problems writing these out.
It looks like he really got the hang of it. He is strong at working with fractions (adding/subtracting or multiplying/dividing) which is very helpful in solving for these equations."
We reviewed the parent function graphs of both sin and cos then discussed how they are translated to change the period and amplitude (using the formula y = a sin(bx) or y =a cos (bx)).
We then went over several practice problems writing these out.
It looks like he really got the hang of it. He is strong at working with fractions (adding/subtracting or multiplying/dividing) which is very helpful in solving for these equations."
"The student had an exam last week on logarithms and exponents, so we reviewed the material a little bit and went over questions that she had. We looked ahead a little bit about what she might cover in the class in the future."
"Both students are in the same class, so we covered the same material. We worked on writing the equations of sinusoidal functions based on a graph, and graphing similar functions based on the equations. This included a discussion of finding the midline, period, and amplitude of these functions. At the end of the session, we discussed other trigonometric functions, including inverse functions like secant and cosecant."
"We went through all of her past quizzes and test in order to review for her upcoming test tomorrow. The topics we covered included domain and range of a function, matching graphs with their functions, finding asymptotes, finding removable discontinuities, and solving inequalities."
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