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## Session Summaries by Trigonometry Tutors

The student and I spent the bulk of our session going over the results of his midterm evaluation on trigonometry topics. For the most part, he did very well. The part that gave him the most trouble was graphing trig functions, the most recent subject we covered. We went over any mistakes he made in detail. Overall, he got 86% of the test correct, which is a solid performance. We spent the remainder of the lesson verifying trig identities, and I left him with more problems for homework.
Today we started in with the basics of trigonometry; sine, cosine, tangent and how they are related. The student seems to be good at math. His homework was to work on the chapter 1 review test to find out what he needs to go over again. Starting after our next session he will have review problems coupled with his trigonometry homework.
The student and I are working to complete his final trig assignments and to prepare for his finals in that course. Today we went through more trig identities. The material is all pretty straightforward for him. We'll continue with calculus after his trig course finishes up.
After yesterday's session the student passed the polynomial assessment test for his pre-calculus class. Today we went over graphing trigonometric functions, determining amplitude, phase shift, period, and vertical displacement. He understands the material very well and he will attempt the trigonometry assessment test over the weekend. I am confident that he will do well.
Today, we reviewed the Trig identities. We worked on practice problems, and I assigned the student memorization homework.
Today, we worked on reviewing and practicing conics problems. We also went over the topics for the student's retake test that we will focus tomorrow's session on. After today's session, I will be sending flashcards of the topics we may not get to cover tomorrow.