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Calculus Tutoring review by Julian in The University of Utah, UT
We covered prep for her calculus class, basic pre-calculus. She has been great with the material. She knows precalculus very well. She felt great about the material. No concerns.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Mathew in The University of Utah, UT
We covered problems that asked for the average velocity of a position function between two points. We were also asked to determine the closest approximation to the instantaneous velocity given three distances between the x values (or t values for time). We applied a formula, equivalent to the slope formula learned in algebra, to find the average velocity. These concepts are the foundation for limits and the derivative. The student is struggling with long calculations, which is more of a problem with algebra than a problem with calculus. He is also struggling with evaluating trigonometric function using the unit circle. We considered a strategy that would help him memorize every value on the unit circle given by the special angles (0, pi/6, pi/4, pi/3, pi/2, pi, 3*pi/2, 2*pi, and all multiples of these angles). He has a positive attitude toward the material we covered, and he is aware of what he needs to work on before our next session.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Nathaniel in The University of Utah, UT
We covered questions the student had from some Pre-Calculus tests. These included inverse matrices, matrix multiplication, and graphing conic sections (parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas). Next time, we'll go over any more questions the student has from his practice tests and do a review of general Pre-Calc concepts to test understanding.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Luke in The University of Utah, UT
We covered related rates and implicit differentiation. He struggled with both topics, but he was fine by the end. He made progress on both related rates and implicit differentiation.
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Calculus Tutoring review by Ryan in The University of Utah, UT
We covered related rates and linearization. We discussed strategies for related rates, step by step. The student got her midterm grade of 94% and quiz of 90%!
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Calculus Tutoring review by Elaine in The University of Utah, UT
We covered relative max/min, increasing and decreasing, overall max/min, summation notation, inflection points, and concavity. These problems were from the extra credit assignment. I think we need to keep reviewing all the topics. It's a lot of material!
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