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Calculus Tutoring review by Nicholas in Orem, UT
The student and I worked through his Calculus I concepts on integration. He has covered this before and was very quick to remember the rules. I am confident he will do well on his final.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Matjaz in Orem, UT
Today we reviewed the previous test results and then focused on preparation for the upcoming test. The upcoming test is focusing on sequences and series. We also reviewed the test-taking strategy to cope with "math anxiety," which can be debilitating. We have reviewed strategies for evaluating convergence and divergence of series, such as: test for terms going to zero, ratio test, square root test, integral test, and series comparison test. We reviewed patterns to look for to figure out which of the series convergence tests would be most appropriate to use. We concluded that strategy will be to check for terms going to zero first, then determine what the "main" factor was in the individual terms, then if the terms have factorials of n or multiple products or powers of n, then the ratio test would make sense. When powers of n are present, root test would work. Finally, when the term looks easy to integrate, the integral test should be tried. The student is showing high level of confidence with all types of convergence tests and feels like she is on the way to be well prepared for this upcoming test.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Colin in Orem, UT
The student and I began by reviewing some of the core derivative rules: summation, product, quotient, etc. He had a good grasp of the reasoning for using each rule and even recited the product rule on the spot. The quotient rule is a bit harder to remember, so I introduced a mnemonic that I learned to remember the equation. After this, we reviewed a few questions from previous quizzes to review the concepts of continuity and limits. Finally, we wrapped up with his most recent quiz questions that pertained to average rates of change and derivatives of polynomials. He showed a strong desire to learn the topics and was very easy to work with. We will be meeting again on Wednesday to review the other topics that will be covered on his quiz on Thursday.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Steve in Orem, UT
Today the student and I went over basic rules of antidifferentiation and did some more complicated examples, such as 5x^2*sin(x^3). Although he initially struggled with these I think he now has a better understanding. We also briefly talked about using the first and second derivatives to predict slope and concavity.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Christopher in Orem, UT
We took a break from physics to go over calculus. We worked on u substitutions for integration by parts, use of antidifferential, chain, product and quotient rules, standard trigonometric integrals and did several examples.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Ari in Orem, UT
The student has an exam coming up, and she had a list of all the concepts covered so far. We started with what she felt most shaky about, which were logarithms and compound interest problems. We did a thorough examination of those concepts and she gets them now. Her plan of doing practice problems every day is what she would benefit most from at this point. We then review concepts such as vertex form, and horizontal and vertical asymptotes. By the end, she was feeling comfortable with all the topics. I think with frequent practice, she will solidify her understanding and problem solving skills.
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