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"The student and I worked on logarithmic functions and the manipulation of equations that have to do with exponential functions. After we worked through multiple problems, he felt much more comfortable in his problems and should be fine for his test/quiz coming up the next few days"
"We covered trig identities, both their properties and proving the identities themselves. The student seemed to initially struggle with the procedure used to solve trig identities, but after working through several examples, the student began to understand and was able to, by the end of the session, independently solve the problems."
"The student and I reviewed chapter 10 on 3D equations and vectors for her exam. We specifically focused on the parameter or vector equation of a line in 3D space as well as the equation of a plane. She was having trouble with projections and equations of the line of intersection of two planes, so we covered examples of each."
"We started our session by going over factoring. The student's lesson this week was on factoring polynomials using several methods. He learned perfect squares, perfect cubes, factoring by grouping and the Russian Peasant method. We went over a couple of homework problems he had questions on; 1 used the Russian Peasant method and 1 was a prime function that could not be factored. I randomly selected problems that were not part of his homework assignment and had him work through the problems to get more practice. He did very well and seems to understand factoring just fine. We ended our session by starting to look at older material to essentially begin a semester review in preparation for his May final. I explained to him the unit circle and how to use it to find values of sine, cosine and tangent for "basic" angles. He did very well this week."
"Reviewed Summation of series for both arithmetic and geometric, as well as using the equations for arithmetic and geometric series. Worked through corresponding homework problems that the student was having issues with involving these two concepts and which equations to use for each. From there went into talking about strategies and concepts likely to be on upcoming standardized tests and AP exams that he is taking."
"Today we covered several topics that are basic to statistics. We went over the formulas for variance and standard deviation, including an example of calculating them. We also talked about the Greek symbols for summation and mean. We finally spent some time working on the concepts of sample and population with emphasis on why they are important in statistics."
"The student was introduced to the quadratic formula and how to use for factoring today. We first did a quick review of binomial expansions, factoring, and solving a system of equations. We then used the formula on polynomials which would factor perfectly, just to get a feel for how it works, and then transitioned into working with polynomials without perfect factoring. We also discussed the meaning of the "zeroes" of a function and looked into graphing those as well.
We also discussed his upcoming high school placement test and worked a little on a problem where he must find a formula for the volume of a pyramid. He took that problem home, and depending on his success with it, we will start to work on that one next session."
We also discussed his upcoming high school placement test and worked a little on a problem where he must find a formula for the volume of a pyramid. He took that problem home, and depending on his success with it, we will start to work on that one next session."
"The student's mom suggested I revisit multiplication. I started off with 3 and 4 times table, which was given as homework from our last session. I used flash card for practice and then did an oral testing. I was able to identify the problem the student was struggled with, so I gave him some problems for practice. Assessment was met with 95%."
"Today, we focused on factoring higher order polynomials, which was section 4.4 in her textbook. We worked through a practice sheet on that section provided by her teacher. We then brought out her textbook and we practiced problems from the end of the section. She only initially had trouble factoring quadratics with a coefficient in front, but she quickly caught on. After mastering the section, I helped her with a little bit of schoolwork. I looked over her outline for a research paper she has to write up and gave some good advice."
"Today we did one long quiz with 11 questions. The student scored 100%. She needed a little bit of coaching, but did ok with function notation, composite functions, inverses, and domain/range. Some drills on basic algebra and some things involving graphing and reasoning about graphs might be needed. The key is practice, and the oddnumbered q's at the end of each section in the book are great for this."
"The best problem involved finding the two Real roots and 4 Complex roots for a sixth degree polynomial. We followed up with problems highlighting Rules for Exponents before we got to logarithm material. The student told me that he got a good grade on his last exam. We will be adding a session on Monday to finish catching up."
"We did a full review of the test. Definitely showed improvement over last test. The student's biggest struggle this test was finishing problems. I encouraged him to work harder writing out each step neatly. I also think he could do a bit more solo study."
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