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"We reviewed for her calculus midterm this week. We went over concepts such as limits, derivatives, second derivatives, how to find equation of the tangent line, etc. We spent a lot of time going carefully over the basics and she seemed more confidant by the end."
"Today the student and I covered continuity, limits and graphing discontinuous functions. There are no scores or grades yet. The student seems to be catching on to concepts well. We will conduct another session tomorrow with more calculus problems from an assigned practice set."
"The student and I began with more antiderivative practice. We also began working on usubscription for morecomplex functions. She caught on quickly but needs to continue to practice this complicated method. We next worked on problems that covered antiderivative applications, such as using the antiderivative to obtain the position function from a velocity function."
"Today, the student and I practiced the properties of the natural logarithm and natural exponential functions, along with the derivatives and integrals of each. He had little difficulty with most of the material once I refreshed him on basic logarithmic properties and their relationship to algebraic exponent properties."
"We started off discussing the limit definition of derivatives which the student will be quizzed on this week and once I could see she felt comfortable, then we circled back to logarithms. I feel that once I can get logarithms to make sense to the student she will be in great shape to tackle some more difficult math concepts. I left the session having instructed her to do some practice problems out of her book that had answers in the back, so that we could discuss them at our next session."
"The student and I reviewed for his quiz tomorrow, which is on basic matrix operations. He is easily able to add, subtract, and multiply matrices by a scalar product. He is also able to multiply matrices together and determine if their dimensions make multiplication possible. We practiced using the calculator to find inverses of 3x3 matrices and then to use these inverses to solve systems with three equations. The most challenging part was solving word problems by setting up systems of equations. It can be difficult to translate word problems into different equations, especially when unit conversations are involved. After discussing a couple of practice problems, he seemed to have a greatly enhanced understanding."
"This session was mostly focused on getting a feel for the student's math abilities and understanding where he is struggling. We spent the majority of our time working on the expanded forms of numbers and how big numbers can be broken up into smaller ones."
"Began homework packet for the week. Packet focuses on ratios, today's session focused on the arithmetic behind ratios. Went over the concept of using a variable to represent an unknown value. Solved for the unknown using crossmultiplication. Recommend student practice long division outside of assigned work."
"Today we worked on conditional probability (Bayes' Theorem) and Bernoulli Trials. The student does well applying Bayes' Theorem, and with a little more practice shouldn't have any issues on her exam next week. She also did not have any problems understanding the concepts behind Bernoulli distributions and finding probabilities associated with them, and was able to complete most of the homework problems without needing major assistance."
"I covered with the student how to convert from polar coordinates to Cartesian coordinates and visa versa. I also covered parametric equations. He solved a number of problems based on those concepts. He is working on a review packet from his class instructor in preparation for an up coming test. He is grasping the different concepts very well."
"The student and I went over composite functions. We used a table and graph to first calculate. We then looked at what the domain and range of a function would be. I showed her some techniques for reducing fractions quickly. A lot of the functions involved fractions that needed to be reduced. She was very confused at first but she was getting the hang of it by the end."
"The first student and I checked in about her struggles in class, what she feels like she needs to work on, and what was coming up in terms of tests and quizzes. We then went through her homework  functions and reviewed how to solve them  exponents, fractions, and other algebraic things that came up during the session. She and I talked about her taking her time on problems and making sure to go back and recheck her work.
The second student said he thought he did well on his big test. We reviewed the new concepts from class and went through homework as well as extra time on exponents and some older algebraic concepts. I think he will be fine  he easily picks up new concepts and applies them to problems with care. If we continue to go over everything he will continue to improve."
The second student said he thought he did well on his big test. We reviewed the new concepts from class and went through homework as well as extra time on exponents and some older algebraic concepts. I think he will be fine  he easily picks up new concepts and applies them to problems with care. If we continue to go over everything he will continue to improve."
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