Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed functions involving integrals. We examined graphs, and evaluated functions, and found derivatives and second derivatives of functions. We examined the fundamental theorem of calculus and showed strategies for variety of integrals. The student has become proficient in integrating and addressing integral functions."
"We worked on convergence of sequences and improper integration. My attempt is to make the gaps seem like obvious extensions of what he already knows. He is doing well!"
"In this lesson, we worked through curve sketching problems. In order to do these types of problems, we found all intercepts, asymptotes, critical points and inflection points. The student can execute every step and knows the full procedure. We did a lot of practice together and he will pick up where we left off on his own."
"We covered the idea of using polar coordinates to reexpress rectangular coordinate equations in simpler form, as well as translating back the other direction, and then worked with classical curves and their equations."
"We covered many problems and practice work on basic antiderivative techniques. I wrote out many problems involving integration and what was covered in the student's class. We will continue practicing u- substitution so that the student can get more comfortable and efficient at solving these problems."
"The student wanted to go over the formulas for the homework problems in the last sections we had covered. Accordingly, we reviewed: how to find the antiderivative of given functions, how to find a value for the definite integral, how to use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Part 1, how to find the area under a curve, and how to determine net change."