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Algebra Tutoring review by Jennifer in Portage, IN
The student's class is working on combining the geometry of lines, angles, and triangles with algebra. We reviewed his class assignment.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Matthew in Portage, IN
We reviewed algebraic topics. His class is focusing on graphing. We practiced different equations of lines, and he showed me how to use the website of the teacher to access the homework problems and worksheets. He and I discussed a few of these, using a whiteboard as a tool.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Anthony in Portage, IN
Reviewing for exponential antilogarithm test. Find equations condensing expanding logarithm equations.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Greg in Portage, IN
The student worked on a worksheet I provided with about 24 equations that he had to solve using the quadratic equation. While he worked on this, I looked over the homework he had completed in class that covered this skill. From the homework worksheets and the new worksheet I provided, I noticed a couple of things. He prefers to work out the quadratic equation on his calculator in an out of order fashion. He first calculates 4ac, and then b^2, and then subtracts 4ac from b^2, and then takes the square root. On maybe every fourth question, he would forget to calculate b^2 and take the square root of only 4ac. He said that he would be more careful to not make mental lapses. There was one other thing that needed correcting. On a couple of problems, b^2-4ac came out to be 0. He believed this gave an unreal answer. I corrected this misunderstanding and showed him that the square root becomes zero, leaving you with one real answer, instead of the common two real answers. I even took the answer, plugged it back into the original equation and showed him that it was an answer. We went over the homework together to correct those errors and finish the last couple questions he hadn't gotten to. The student currently has an 89 in the class, so he is very close to having an A. I encouraged him that we should work hard on these homework and upcoming tests (Ch 10 on Thursday, Ch 1 the following Thursday), so that his grade will be really good heading into the final exam.
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Algebra Tutoring review by William in Portage, IN
The student and I discussed review problems, particularly focusing on solving linear equations, writing linear equation given two points on a line, calculating slope, and interpreting what the slope means for a graph. We also worked a bit on factoring. He still needs practice on most of these topics.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Tami in Portage, IN
The student took her Algebra final on Monday, which she said went very well. So we used this session as a year in review and an introduction to Geometry. We covered everything from absolute value and single variable expressions to polynomials and zero sum products through parabolas and an intro to hyperbolas and their use in SIN, COS, and TAN. We then walked through a basic geometry proof for the area of a square.
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