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Recent Algebra 3/4 Tutoring Session Notes

The student started summer school yesterday and already has a test tomorrow on Chapter 2 material. We reviewed functions - inverse functions, completing the square, finding the vertex of parabolas, and formulas for transposed functions.

We needed to do a little catch up because of the first two weeks we missed. We reviewed the following topics: solving systems with 3 variables and solving systems of inequalities with 2 variables by graphing. After going over the material, he retook a quiz and redid a homework assignment and brought his grade up. We will continue meeting twice per week.

Covered some topics for Math 3 as the student goes into his junior year, as well as went over Math section of the PSAT and how to use it as a study guide. We discussed possible areas to focus on in future sessions and went over some principles from Math 2 that the student indicated he would like to review.

We went over a study guide and some extra questions to prepare her for her quiz which covers 3 sections of the first chapter. The material was mostly word problems involving percentages, ratios, cross products, fractions, graphs, and charts that had finance applications. She made good progress on several questions that she had difficulty with. When given variations of similar problems, she was able to solve them towards the end of the session. I believe she is prepared for her quiz and should perform well. In the end, I suggested her to review examples from the book because they have good explanations for very similar problems given in class.

We went over the exercise notes in his algebra class covering combination and permutation, as well as theoretical and experimental probability. He already understood them well so I just helped him with summarizing them and making them systematic.

Student 1 and I went over how to use Pascal's triangle to expand binomials. She had some trouble initially but after practicing, she understood the concept better! Student 2 and I started looking at geometric proofs and understanding definitions and justifications.