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"Worked on percentages by doing 8 word problems dealing with sales tax, commission rates, etc. Furthermore, we worked on various prealgebra topics such as basic exponents, algebraic properties, ratios and probability."
"We had a really fun session. The student was in great spirits.
I checked his progress on the practice problems I had written for him  he did very well. We also went over last week's quiz, and diagnosed each of his mistakes.
He made some mistakes that we had directly addressed before, which is unfortunate  but means that we need to continue working on those aspects.
He will continue working on the practice problems I left."
I checked his progress on the practice problems I had written for him  he did very well. We also went over last week's quiz, and diagnosed each of his mistakes.
He made some mistakes that we had directly addressed before, which is unfortunate  but means that we need to continue working on those aspects.
He will continue working on the practice problems I left."
"We went over integration by pairs.
We started by solving some examples together and then I let her solve some more examples.
The session went pretty well. she understood the concept behind it. She will practice some examples and will text or email me about the next session."
We started by solving some examples together and then I let her solve some more examples.
The session went pretty well. she understood the concept behind it. She will practice some examples and will text or email me about the next session."
"Probability Problems focused on
Binomial Distribution
Expected Value
Union
Intersects
Independence
The focus for the next few days is memorizing flash cards for Topic 9 in preparation for a quiz on Thursday."
Binomial Distribution
Expected Value
Union
Intersects
Independence
The focus for the next few days is memorizing flash cards for Topic 9 in preparation for a quiz on Thursday."
"Algebra: combining functions and finding associated domains by solving for denominator or radicals
Physics: reviewed test corrections and homework assignment related to work; explained difference between potential and kinetic energy and conservation of energy"
Physics: reviewed test corrections and homework assignment related to work; explained difference between potential and kinetic energy and conservation of energy"
"Very good session, went through a takehome quiz, and the student is now understanding the classroom concepts better, for these topics: logarithmic differentiation, usubstitution, finding local extrema. We did dozens of problems from the book, because the most significant impact on the student's test scores will come from practice. We have started going through the AP Calculus practice book, and once caught up in class will start reviewing older concepts to prepare for the exam."
"Since the student did have a lot of assigned homework problems we focused on reviewing concepts from her AP Calc review book. Main concepts reviewed were on limits, trig identities with derivatives/integrals, "u" substitutions, graphs and their behaviors, and determining critical points on a curve."
"Today, we did chapter 8 review and went over the student's previous quiz on which she hadn't done too well. Going over it, she said she knows how to do all of the problems, but she gets really nervous during test time and she panics, so I told her some things that help are doing easier problems first, writing down every step, etc. She seemed to understand what we were doing (simplifying rational expressions) and we went over finding the solution to rational equations."
"The student and I covered Lagrange remainder/error bounds and Taylor polynomials. He initially struggled with finding the error bounds as well as using differentiation and integration to find Taylor polynomials. I was able to give him a short outline of a few concepts to review and use as a guide for the problems."
"The student is taking an online course, so we began by going over the assignments she had already been working on. This chapter dealt with linear equations, finding slopes, coordinates, and values of x and y. We clarified any questions she had about writing linear equations in standard form, mx+b form, and slope coordinate form. The student's biggest problem was remembering to carry her negative signs through the problems. We then started working on sections that she had yet to get to. We discussed the concept of constant of variation and related it to m for slope. The student seemed to pick up on this idea after a couple of practice questions. The student will continue working on her online course, and we will review concepts that confuse her when we meet again."
"The student had a test coming up, so we went over the review packet his teacher had provided, and then also went through a lot of practice problems in his text book. He seemed to generally have a good understanding of the topics."
"We spent our time on matrices  the ideal of inverse matrices and how to find them or determine whether two matrices are inverses. The student was pretty solid with 2x2, so we spent time having him do the practice problems from his teacher for those. Also, problems involving using matrices to solve word problems. He also said the teacher had done 3x3 on an assessment, but nobody knew how to do them, so I worked on teaching him how to determine the inverse of a 3x3 matrix and whether two 3x3 matrices are inverses. We also briefly discussed the need to start working on SAT preparation after school vacation. He is taking a class through his school, but feels he will want additional work on math."
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