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"We went through her practice exam, focusing on finding the volume of functions rotated about the axis, the length of a curve, and the center of mass. Her integration has greatly improved lately, and she just needs to remember the steps to finding the center of mass."
"We reviewed a practice exam that she had worked on since our last session. We went over fundamental concepts covered in the practice exam as well as practiced certain problems."
"She has a test tomorrow and had a review packet/practice test that her teacher gave to review for the test. We went over problems that she was unsure about, but she was doing pretty well with the major concepts and would write out justifications of each problem in sentences which mostly showed her understanding on those."
"We covered implicit differentiation. The student had difficulty recognizing when to use the product rule with implicit differentiation. I gave him guided practice problems in order to overcome his difficulty, to reinforce the concept, and to build his confidence. He has homework problems from his high school teacher."
"The student's class has now begun looking at definite integrals as expressions of area under graphs and as cumulative totals of rate functions. We worked through a twofold assignment tonight; for the most part, he only needed a few extra tips here and there."
"We went over the math homework that he was given for this week. We worked on multiply and dividing mixed numbers and improper fractions. He is doing well with understanding the more complicated material."
"Converting from Cartesian to polar.
Derivatives of parameterized equations.
Remembering trig identities was the most time consuming for the student.
Student has test tomorrow and is doing review exercises for practice."
Derivatives of parameterized equations.
Remembering trig identities was the most time consuming for the student.
Student has test tomorrow and is doing review exercises for practice."
"We went through a worksheet that involved multiplying by 7, 8, 9, and 10. After the worksheet was done I asked him rapidfire equations of the same type. In the remaining time I talked about factors and what various two digit numbers are divisible by."
"We covered Algebra 2 Finals prep. Lots of f(x) equations, coordinate plane, g(x), combinations, permutations, point slope, slope intercept, and standard forms, exponents, radicals, and parent formulas. Best of luck."
"We spent our time reviewing for the student's final. We covered imaginary numbers, factoring, the laws of exponents and logs, and how to simplify complex equations. She has a very strong command over the material. At times she moves too quickly and will make a small mistake such as not taking into account a negative sign, but this has become less common since I started working with her. I anticipate she will do extremely well on her final exam. I have no concerns from this session."
"Simplifying square roots by pulling out perfect squares, multiplying numbers that are combinations of integers and square roots, and squaring numbers that are combinations of integers and square roots. Then covered dividing square roots so that both students will be able to complete the next two pages in their workbooks."
"We tried to do as many of the 120 review questions as he had available to him. We talked about matrices, systems of the equations and inequalities. I explained how to approach problems involving quadratics: factoring, completing the square, using the quadratic formula."
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