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"The student and I continued work concerning trig functions. Specifically we discussed tan, cot, csc, and sec functions and their relationships to previously examined functions. We then discussed and formulated strategies for graphing these functions and proceeded to solve problems in the book (homework).
He is a patient student who works to get things right. We continue to work on his algebraic manipulation which continues to improve."
He is a patient student who works to get things right. We continue to work on his algebraic manipulation which continues to improve."
"We covered exponential functions and their inverses, logs. We took an indepth look at logs and their properties and also looked at simplification of complex polynomials. The student says she struggles most with seeing the graphs, so we spent a little time on that and will reevaluate how she's doing next lesson."
"The student and I continued his review packet. We took time to study the logarithm rules (product, quotient, and power) and see how they were related to the exponential rules. We went over how square roots can be written as exponents. We also went through a graphing problem where we looked at a representation of a function (log(x+2)). We went over how to use algebra to see past the visual graph of the function."
"The student started covering conic sections in class so we covered that. We started with going over the equations and properties of ellipses. We then went through the same process for hyperbolas, noting the differences. After that, we started working through some of the student's homework problems. We got through the circle problems and some of the ellipse problems. We will be meeting next Monday and Thursday to make sure the student is ready for his test."
"The student had several specific questions about material she is learning in class. We started with those concepts  polar equation for conics, asymptotes of hyperboles, and equations of tangent lines. The student shared that it particularly helped to learn about derivatives and the connection to tangent lines. We reviewed the standard equation of hyperboles and how to draw the graph from the equation."
"The student and I used our threehour session to prepare for his upcoming final exam. We reviewed all his previous exams, focusing on the problems on which he had struggled and using the provided answer key as a guide. Primarily, we focused on polar coordinates, complex numbers, rational expressions, and trigonometry. I pointed out to him the topics he should focus on ahead of the final and offered some guidance on how to create his note pages. I also cataloged problems he could use as examples in his notes."
"The student and I worked on graphing cotangent, tangent, secant, and cosecant equations. We also reviewed all the material from this chapter. She is still having some trouble remembering the Pythagorean theorem, but this will come with more practice. We did some review on identity problems as well as drawing triangles in word problems. I think she will be in good shape for the next test."
"The student and I met today and mainly worked on getting her prepared for her quiz tomorrow over inverse/arc trig functions. She stated that she feels a little lost, so we worked on memorizing the unit circle and I showed her different tips (first quadrant needs to be memorized, and the others you can figure out with simple math). I had her create one several times, and she seems to have that down. Once she was comfortable with that, we went over using the unit circle to figure out inverse functions. I took time to explain the concepts. Her quiz is over the basic things that she learned from this lesson as well as unit circle, so I feel like we went over as much as possible to get her ready."
"The student has a quiz this week and an exam next week in precalculus. He had a review packet that he completed with me. The material involved solving trig functions with radians, referencing the unit circle. It also challenged him to use simplification to solve the equations.
He did well by the end of his assignment. He is able to reconstruct the unit circle on his own identifying each radian and (x,y) value."
He did well by the end of his assignment. He is able to reconstruct the unit circle on his own identifying each radian and (x,y) value."
"We worked on limits. The primary focus was on the analytical evaluation of limits and not on the definition of limit. She had an "aha!" moment midway through the lesson on limit evaluation. We are going to focus on perfecting this next session and on strengthening the definition of limit and using it to prove limits."
"We went over the chapter on De Moivre's theorem and its applications on finding powers of complex numbers in trigonometric form. We also went a couple of definitions and axioms (ex: standard form of a complex number, nth root of unity, etc.). After going over the chapter, we did a couple of homework problems that was assigned to her from the book. After the session, I left her to finish the rest of the problems on her own. Overall, the session was excellent."
"We covered arc length, linear speed and reference angles. The student has a quiz tomorrow and wanted to review the concepts and do some practice problems. She feels very comfortable with the material and she should do very well on her quiz. I have no concerns from this session."
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