Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"I worked with the student on her math homework covering the law of sines. She quickly made her way through most of the assignment, leaving some word problems at the end for Thursday. I noticed that an area she can improve in would be using inverse sine to solve functions."
"We reviewed for the student's upcoming test by going over polar coordinate graphs and tables and how to reconcile seeming differences between the two when the variable used was not theta but instead a scale of theta."
"Went over advanced trig identities. The student just needed a refresher on how to approach these types of problems. He was able to complete a majority of the problems he had. I showed him how to do one, we did another together (he wrote while I guided him), and he did the rest on his own."
"The student and I continued to prepare for her upcoming test, reviewing end behavior and using limit notation to describe end behavior, powers functions, system of equations involving powers functions, rational root theorems, and complex roots of polynomials. We also reviewed the new material she has started working on in class: natural log, log functions, and the graphs of log and natural log functions."
"The student and I met to review for her test. We talked about simplifying complex numbers, powers of i, and solving and graphing quadratic equations generally. I recommended that she use a learning tool website to practice her math skills."
"Today's concepts were inequalities. I showed the student a technique to make the plugging in of values easier on the calculator and a way to make a table in order to test where things satisfy the bounds. She is doing much better and seems to have a grasp on the subject."