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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
The student and I went over how to use hypothesis testing to compare two sample means and the different approaches for doing this. He worked through his homework that covered this topic. He is doing very well at setting up and solving problems on his own.
The student and I went through her notes and worked through sample problems from the two chapters that she's being assessed on this week; the material is on Chi-square testing and regression analysis. The student had a good basic understanding of the material, and we cleared up some confusion about conceptual meanings and calculations. I suggested that she review her sample problems once more regarding recognizing problems types and using the required language.
The student and I worked on 9.6 and 10.1, which covered identifying conic sections and applying the counting principle respectively. The student was able to determine whether a conic section was an ellipse. circle, parabola, and hyperbola by implementing the discriminant formula which will be on her quiz tomorrow. She was able to pick up these concepts very quickly and was even able to memorize the formulas and steps to identify the conic sections. We also worked on factorials as well as the counting principle with or without repetition. She was able to grasp these concepts as well in a very fluid and quick manner. Overall, she did an excellent job and I am very pleased with her progress today and overall.
Worked through his notes addressing as many topics as we could. Continued to work on decimals and fractions and began doing division with decimals today. From there we went on to Order Of Operations and rounding.
The students and I met in person to go over their math homework. I explained the concepts of logarithms and exponents. We then worked out several equations from a practice sheet.
Reviewed Conic sections to prepare for tomorrow's test. Went through a variety of Hyperbola types of problems. The student understands the concept, however, tends to work too quickly and make minor errors when distributing or forgetting the negative.
Briefly went over circle and ellipses and the student seemed very solid in those areas.
We covered operations with functions, and made good progress. It will be a good idea to review some algebraic rules and properties to ensure that the foundation for solving more complex problems is set properly.
The student and I spent the vast majority of our time covering slope fields and differential equations. After working through a few of them he seemed very comfortable with them.
We worked on rectangular and polar coordinates of complex numbers and their graphs. We also started on polar equations on conic sections where the student needs more help. The session went great despite difficulties we encountered in solving conic sections equations.
Topics covered in today's session: series, finding the sum of a geometric series, harmonic series, and how to determine a series is convergent or divergent.
Progress achieved: We had devoted one third of our session on problem drill. I also had the student read over the example questions before he applied the knowledge to problem solving.
To begin, we went through a 25 question standardized test. It was an assortment of questions. She struggled on a few concepts but overall showed very good problem solving. Then, we worked on writing. We discussed transition words and how to connect sentences together in a paragraph. We will continue to work on this in the next session. At the end, we worked on problem solving with word problems.
The student and I covered solving algebraic equations. She was unsure of how to solve for x in a multiplication or division problem, but once I explained it to her, she began solving the problems and getting them all right.
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