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"The student is now learning to apply calculus to the economic ideas of consumer and producer surplus. We discussed the meaning of supply and demand, how to find your equilibrium point and optimum price, and then what it meant for both the producer and consumer if products were priced higher or lower than the equilibrium price, or if they were made in varying quantities other than the equilibrium point. Lastly, we focused on integration, practicing how to identify with integration by parts is the best approach."
"We reviewed today for the student's 2nd calculus exam tonight. First, we looked over related rate problems, specifically those involving right triangle geometry and trigonometry. The student had a much better grasp of this material than when we covered it weeks ago. Then we moved on towards chain rule and trigonometric derivatives, which didn't pose much of an issue. Finally, we looked over implicit differentiation problems. The student will continue preparing before taking the exam tonight."
"We went over continued applications of the second derivative. This included tests for inflection points and concavity as well as applications in equations of motion and finding points of financial diminishing returns. We also covered several min/maxing word problems involving finding the area and volume of a solid."
"We started the session by discussing the student's group project, and his schedule for the rest of the semester. We briefly reviewed the Fundamental Theorems of Calculus, before beginning a broader review of the semester's materials through practice problems.
The student's problems mostly concerned properties of instantaneous slopes and the estimation and manual calculation of tangent lines. He understood the topics well, but had some hesitation applying his knowledge to the questions as presented. We will continue reiterating to slow down and read the directions carefully, in order to perform the frequently tedious spadework of long form calculations."
The student's problems mostly concerned properties of instantaneous slopes and the estimation and manual calculation of tangent lines. He understood the topics well, but had some hesitation applying his knowledge to the questions as presented. We will continue reiterating to slow down and read the directions carefully, in order to perform the frequently tedious spadework of long form calculations."
"The student has another test coming up so we practiced a lot to get ready. We reviewed some, but also covered new material about properties of logarithms and taking derivatives of logarithms. He seems to be doing much better in his class than when we started a month ago. We are going to meet again tomorrow to practice again and warm up before his test. He is going to continue working on a set of review problems from class and we will go over any questions he has tomorrow."
"In this session, I helped the student review for her exam on problems involving finding critical points using firstderivative and secondderivative tests as well as optimization problems. I first explained and discussed the concepts with examples. Then, she worked on practice problems and I helped her along the way. After working on practice problems, she did problems from her sample exam and I helped her with them. She understood optimization word problems but struggled a bit with critical point, inflection point problems using first and second derivative tests so we spent the remainder of the session discussing problems related to those concepts."
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