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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
Today we reviewed conic sections (parabolas, circles, hyperbolas, and ellipses) for her quiz tomorrow. She was having the most trouble with ellipses because she missed the class when they discussed them. She was working very hard and had a good attitude about the material. She seems pretty confident and only needs to memorize a few more things before the quiz. We talked about how to read examples in the textbook for extra help when she studies tonight.
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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
We reviewed arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, as well as how to take the sum of different kinds of series. While he had some questions in the beginning, he eventually got the hang of it and completed the rest of the questions correctly. All he has left to learn is infinite series before his test, but he seems adequately prepared to learn it.
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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
Tonight we began with some simple matrix addition and multiplication. The format of the problems was new to the student; however, once she saw how they were solved they became much easier. We then moved on to matrix equations that required division to solve for a variable. She learned that matrix division is really accomplished by multiplying by the inverse. She is already a pro at finding the inverse of a matrix, so that wasn't hard. She was actually able to come up with a great alternative for avoiding the use of fractions. This method was one I had never thought of; I would just grin and bear it and deal with the fractions. The student herself figured out how to avoid them for at least one or two steps. I applaud her for her original idea! The student now has a great understanding of the problems on her worksheet and the confidence and determination to muscle through it. Great job!
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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
During this session, we worked on her homework assignment. The assignment was based on the determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. I explained it to her and walked her through an example. Then she was able complete all the questions on her own. Then I introduced to her the minors and cofactors of a matrix. We walked through some examples and then I had her do some problems on her own. She did a great job demonstrating her understanding of all these concepts.
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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
We went over trigonometric identities and graphs. The student grasped the ideas behind simplifying trig expressions and was able to complete most of the problems with little trouble. We then reviewed a previous test he took. He had trouble identifying graphical aspects from the actual function (periods, asymptotes, etc.). We reviewed every coefficient present in trig functions and what they represent. We went through an example together to make sure he understood the concepts and then I had him try one on his own. He was able to handle most aspects without much help. He could use more practice with tangent functions, but otherwise seems confident in his abilities.
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Beaverton, OR Pre-Calculus tutoring
The student and I worked to build a study guide for his conic sections test. I explained the different functions to him and had him write down key information he would be required to know. In addition, we also covered eccentricity, and I taught him tricks for memorizing certain things, such as: "transverse goes through t" and "conjugate goes through c."
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