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"We covered multiplication of various sizes, beginning with 2 by 2digits, 3 by 1digit, and 3 by 2digits. He knows simple multiplication very well and the steps to solving any level of multiplication, he just gets confused when the numbers are not aligned correctly. 3 by 2digits gave him a little trouble because of the length of the setup, but by having him say the steps out loud to me, he was able to stay focused and not distracted by the length. We also did simple division, which he excelled at with no problems. I assigned him 5 problems of 3 by 3digits multiplication, the first 3 columns of multiplication of various sizes, and a set of simple division problems."
"We worked on many extra credit problems today. They included manipulating integrals to fit the formula, from a list of given integrals. The integrals included both natural logs, exponential functions, and both definite and indefinite integrals."
"We went over synthetic division in the beginning, then did a small review on parabolas, then worked with the standard form for circles and ended with the standard form for ellipses. I left the student with two problems of ellipses for homework. He caught onto these lessons really well. We will meet next Tuesday at 7:30!"
"We worked on a packet for introduction to calculus. He had a good understanding of most of the principles (quadratic equation, dealing with exponents etc.). We will be focusing on math "tricks" to solve for x and/or rationalizing denominators, including doing things like squaring or inverting both sides of the equation."
"We covered integration and differentiation of power series today. Also, we worked on Taylor and MacLaurin expansions. By working out a couple of problems, I could identify what we should work on. On the next session we will review all the topics she covered in her class to review for the final exam."
"The student and I worked on her project for her class. I gave her tips on how to make polynomials into shapes which can make a picture. She was assigned to make an artistic rendering on a program which can only graph polynomial expressions. She made a boat on a lake with mountains in the background from only polynomial expressions."
"In this session we covered what was going to be on the final. I encouraged the student to work slowly, and reason out problems. I realized that the student had a very good grasp of the material. After she completed a problem, we went through it and we looked at them. Finally, I encouraged her to review all of the proofs and problems we did, redo those proofs and problems, as well as attempt some of the proofs that are given online."
"The student and I reviewed least squares regression and calculating a slope and an intercept. We also briefly reviewed ANOVA but will need another session to have an indepth discussion around it. We discussed the concept of predicted values and linear models.
We worked on his most recent homework assignment together.
He and I discussed creating a flow chart diagramming the formulas necessary given different data in the problem. I will be emailing him additional practice on calculating least squares."
We worked on his most recent homework assignment together.
He and I discussed creating a flow chart diagramming the formulas necessary given different data in the problem. I will be emailing him additional practice on calculating least squares."
"The student finished an extra credit review, then we focused on the last unit of the semester: the chi squared test. It is related to the differences between expected and predicted values. They found it easier than earlier tests, like the ttest and ANOVA, once I explained the ratios involved."
"We covered linear regression and correlation. I walked through how to calculate the correlation coefficient, how to interpret the correlation coefficient, how to calculate a linear regression line, how to interpret the linear regression line, what residuals mean and how to construct confidence intervals for point estimates. The student said that she had a better understanding of the material. She also told me that she got a 86 on her last midterm, a big improvement from 67, which she got on the midterm prior to our tutoring sessions. I have no concerns from this session."
"We went over material that the class recently covered. It was about surveys and types of experiments. After we discussed this we worked through a sheet of homework that was due Friday. I showed her how to systemic random survey and stratified random survey both by hand and on a calculator. She seemed confident in the concepts by the end."
"Today, I helped the student get ready for her last exam. I brought questions where she had to chose the correct test to use for the given situation. She got 16/20 on these and understood why she missed the other four. Also, I brought examples of SPSS results of ANOVA, correlation, regression, and Chi Square results with me. I asked her questions about these based on her old exams and labs. She did a good job with these. She knew where to find the information and how to write her result. We went over writing the Chi Square SPSS more because that was the one she was least confident about. I left her with everything we worked on from Monday and today so she could study."
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