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Session Summaries by Algebra Tutors

Algebra Tutoring review by Rosa in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered more slope problems, percent change, discounts, taxes, proportions, and graphing. The student struggled the most with the timed quiz I created. He has test anxiety, so we are working on having him timed when he works on homework. We also worked on his study habits through taking breaks.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Eric in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered more topics regarding functions. We looked at inverse functions for radicals and quadratics. We also talked about why the domain may need to be limited so that it function has an inverse. The student did pretty well with most of this stuff, but he still rushes on domain and range and makes mistakes.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Jessica in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered order of operations, simplifying expressions, and combining like terms. The student's attitude was positive and optimistic. I showed the student how to work the problem vertically as a new strategy. I left him with some review problems.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Nina in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered parallel and perpendicular lines, correlation, and finding intersection points. The student struggled a bit with the graphing, but that was alleviated when we used graph paper. She is ready to learn, and I believe she is getting more comfortable with the material. She is still at the point where she is able to do the more recent things she was assigned in school, but isn't fully incorporating everything she learned this semester to aid her. She is not yet thinking of all the concepts as related. One suggestion I would have is for her to get more comfortable with her multiplication tables. I know this is basic, but it really aids in terms of pattern recognition and overall speed of doing the problems. She is doing many of the new concepts she just learned with no guidance, and seems pretty comfortable with new concepts.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Spencer in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered perpendiculars and bisectors of triangles, in addition to figuring out solving for centroids of triangles. The student was struggling with setting up strategies to solve the problems. The student was lacking self-confidence and very hesitant to answer any of the questions at first. I included strategies and notes for the student to focus on during the session and for future sessions. I did not leave the student with extra practice but I will be emailing the parents several practice questions ASAP. I believe she gained a little bit of confidence after this session. I feel that she will gain more confidence after completing more practice problems on a daily basis.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Aspram in Washtenaw County, MI
We covered point-slope forms of linear equations today. The student was most struggling with working with real-world situations and writing equations for those situations in their point-slope form. After doing a few examples, she became more comfortable with solving problems involving real-world situations. She had a test coming up next week, so we went back and practiced some problems from the concepts covered previously. We worked with graphs and made sure she knows how to write the equations for any line in their slope-intercept and point-slope forms.
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