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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
We covered geometric proofs as they pertained to circles. We made a lot of progress on an assignment that we struggled with earlier. We focused on how to place the proper mathematical "statements" into their appropriate place in a two-column proof. We covered the use of triangles to prove statements within circles, as well as arcs and chords.
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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
We went over Circle geometry. She really understood the material, but lacked some terminology. Once she knew her tangents, radii, and diameters, she grasped the problems quite well. Mainly she needs to go over the terminology to be familiar with it before her quiz.
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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
We went through each previous chapters in preparation of her Geometry test next Monday. She displayed a competent mastery of the applications of relevant formulas. We moved onto physics where we made progress. We are meeting at 6 again next week to continue where we left off.
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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
The student and I reviewed her homework on sin/cos/tan, and then spent the rest of the time working on fractions, the conversion to decimals, division, and multiplication. It is clear to me that the student was hitting snags with geometry because she has been passed through without the fundamental building blocks of math necessary to complete the work. Her challenges have more to do with multiplication and division than they have to do with sine and cosine. We are going to get her caught up! The session itself went very well. I gave her 10 problems to do that I made up. They are due THIS Friday.
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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
Today we reviewed geometry homework and most of the exercises that will be testing geometry knowledge on the upcoming exam. Topics covered included right triangles, finding missing quantities in triangles, and right-angled kites. Student's attitude is very upbeat; she is confident in her growing knowledge of geometry. Student has a good command of the principles of geometry, such as looking for similar triangles in various problems. Student has a good command of coordinate geometry (rectangular coordinates). Student has found a peculiar property, a pattern of multiple Pythagorean triplets, and was encouraged to investigate its prevalence further, and perhaps find other patterns. We left some exercises for her homework. We also reviewed her Science/Biology assignment. The assignment was about homologous extremities in various mammals.
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Bellevue, NE Geometry tutoring
We started by working through the remainder of the student's worksheet involving factoring polynomials. She easily finds the factors for polynomials which have a coefficient of 1 for the x squared term. However, when the coefficient of the x squared term is larger than 1, she has more difficulty finding the factors. We worked through several strategies to solve problems such as these. One of the strategies was to see if each of the coefficients has a common factor and divide the entire polynomial by the common factor in order to simplify the problem. We also talked about how to logically choose which factors to use to find the final factors of the entire equation. The student was able to complete these problems easily after our discussion. We then moved on to physics. We discussed why we see colors. We talked about how light sources emit a multitude of wavelengths of light and that the colors we see are the reflected light. We discussed filters and how they limit the colors emitted. We finished by discussing her class choices for next year.
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