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Algebra Tutoring review by Carla in Sandy, UT
We reviewed information for the student's test next week. Additionally, we went over section 9.7 and 9.8 that will now be on the test as well. She is still quite confident with the information we went over in the previous session.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Talia in Sandy, UT
Today's session was focused primarily on the student's math coursework since one of her past test scores was not as high as she would have liked it to be. We began working through the concepts that she has been learning in her algebra class on how to read and interpret different types of graphs (i.e. bar graphs, dot plots and pie graphs). We went through examples of each kind and talked about the different kinds of information these charts and graph can provide in real-world applications. She responded very well to the material we covered during this session so for our next session we can move onto a different topic in either her math, history, Spanish or biology.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Jayada in Sandy, UT
Lesson 9-6, practice B: solving quadratic equations by factoring and choosing a factoring method. The student struggled identifying the zeros of a quad. eq. after using zero product property. The student struggled in using two different methods to solve quad. eq. when the leading coefficient is 1 as well as the leading coefficient is a number other then '1'. We discussed the following factoring methods to solve the quad. equation: 1). By identifying the GCF and then factoring. 2). Diamond method when the leading coefficient is '1'. 3). Box method when the leading coefficient is other number then '1'. 4). Difference of perfect squared terms in binomials. 5). Factorization by grouping. We also discussed the sequence thinking map to learn the procedures in order to factor the given binomials, trinomials, or polynomials. The student felt really well after the first session of tutoring. He is doing well after the tutoring. He felt that he learned pretty well, and he found the methods pretty easy to follow.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Joshua in Sandy, UT
We pushed ahead today and finished the multiple choice part of test book 1 practice exam 1, which entailed algebra problems. I told the student that between today and Wednesday, she should focus on watching videos and reading, and we'd continue with the written portion of the practice exam Wednesday.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Nicholas in Sandy, UT
The student and I worked on how to graph parabolas when they are already factored. We reviewed a specific equation for this process. We then looked ahead a chapter at graphing exponential lines. We started by looking at the basic equation, followed by the different parts that causes changes in the graph.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Thomas in Sandy, UT
For today's session we looked through a unit study guide that the student had from class. With his unit test approaching, we wanted to cover as many topics that he was unsure of as possible. We worked through multiple problems involving exponential growth and decay, as well as applications in simple and compound interest. These led us to discuss how to graph exponential functions and their inverses, logarithmic functions. We analyzed the domains and ranges, speaking in a more practical sense of how they can be determined just by looking at the graph, as well as the end behaviors and asymptotes. We also examined some problems involving recursive formulas for geometric series, and practiced writing them both recursively and explicitly.
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