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"The student and I covered solving systems of equations with three variables, matrices, and limits. In order to see progress, I made her solve the exercises with what she had trouble with in her last quiz and test. At the beginning of our tutoring session, she had worked with limits, so I explained her how to solve them, and she understood how to solve them. She has homework to do from her calculus class, so I did not leave her with any extra practice. Next time we meet, we will go over the exercises she may have trouble with. I don't have any concerns with her, in fact, I am impressed on how motivated she is to keep improving."
"The student and I began by reviewing calculus one concepts. We discovered that her Calc 1 class ended a bit before her Calc 2 class began, so we went over the main concepts that were missed. We discussed integration in general, including definite and indefinite integrals, and we discussed substitution. Tomorrow, we will meet again and discuss integration by parts and finding the area between two curves."
"We went over graphing & transforming trigonometric functions, and began to look at limits and derivatives. The student had the most issue keeping straight what each constant in y = Asin(b(xh))+c did to the position/shape of the graph, especially when it concerned the vertical "equilibrium" or resting position of the graph. I think drawing it out more clearly helped in that respect. With regard to derivatives and limits, he responded well, and I left him with practice for next time that explores basic speed/velocity examples."
"We worked on the Chain Rule, Application of the Product Rule, Logarithmic Derivations.
The student is quick to grasp, apply and combine complex concepts. We worked through multiple difficult level problems after introduction of each topic."
"We started working with derivatives after making sure of basic pre calc skills. We covered the basic meaning of derivatives, power rule, product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule."
"We covered word problems involving "working backwards" (i.e. when they give you the answer, and you have to solve for a piece of the problem) and word problems involving rates and ratios. The student's understanding of rates and ratios is definitely improving. I look forward to giving him more challenging work."
"The student had homework on bisectors of triangles. Triangular shapes were designed and labeled with sides and angles of expressions which could be made into equations and solved for variables leading to their actual sizes, and depending on the proof of certain congruence. We came to a triangle where one necessary side length could be found by utilizing the Pythagorean Theorem. I will revisit this type of problem solving based on the order of operations because he needed some review on how to resolve A^2 + B^2 = C^2 for any particular variable, and I will create a similar problem for him based on this type of problem solving for next time."
"We returned to practicing basics. The focus was on subtraction. The student has a much better grasp on what he needs to do in order to solve the problem. The last obstacle is just perfecting the process through practice. He responds very well to visual aids, having the student "make change" to show the regrouping process was vital."
"We went over a math worksheet she had and corrected the things she got wrong on the worksheet. It was a worksheet on multiplication. She only missed a word problem, but she understood it when we talked about it. She also said they were dividing 3 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. She didn't understand it at all. We spent the rest of the hour practicing this skill. She started understanding and did really well with it."
"At this session, we reviewed solving quadratic systems by substitution and graphing and finding the vertex, axis of symmetry, and max/min as preparation for the student's test the following day. The student has really improved over these past weeks. His has shown he understands the material."
"I started session by discussing the topic of bond angles and the shapes of a molecule for Chemistry. The student finished a chemistry assignment.
In Algebra 2, the student is learning about writing equations for ellipses. The assignment involved finding the center, foci, and vertices of an ellipse given an equation and also given the center, foci, vertices or major axis to find the equation. Also had to complete the square to solve a few of the problems on the assignment."
In Algebra 2, the student is learning about writing equations for ellipses. The assignment involved finding the center, foci, and vertices of an ellipse given an equation and also given the center, foci, vertices or major axis to find the equation. Also had to complete the square to solve a few of the problems on the assignment."
"This week, the student and I worked on problems that practiced using the Pythagorean Theorem. She seemed to have a pretty good grasp on the equations itself, and just needed some extra practice identifying when to utilize it in a problem. Her homework contained several word problems, which we did together. This was also good practice for her approaching word problems. She admitted that this is getting easier, and it definitely showed this week."
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