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"Today I met the student for the first time and discussed with him where he is in his Algebra 2 class, then we went through a review packet for an upcoming test on probability, combinations and permutations. He worked hard and I believe he will be significantly better prepared for his upcoming test than he would have been without my assistance. He seems capable and willing to work on improving and reaching his goal to pass the course. He did seem to show a certain amount of reassurance when he would tell me he did not know how to approach a problem, and then I would slowly guide him toward discovering an approach that worked for him; I took this as a good sign."
"Today we covered implicit differentiation, along with some applications of integration. These included velocity vs. time graphs and using integration to calculate volume. We completed a homework assignment and began to review for his test on Friday. He was unsure of how to set up problems that involved finding a volume given a base and the shape of the crosssections of a solid. However, we practiced these types of questions and he understood them very quickly. By the end of the session, he was able to explain to me how to solve the problems we covered. We will practice more with these types of problems tomorrow."
"The student and I worked on completing her algebra homework. We talked about factoring and how to complete the square when solving quadratics. She had lots of questions about what completing the square was good for, so I also discussed how completing the square makes it easier to graph parabolas. After doing a fair bit of math, we moved into physics. She is beginning to work on current and physics. We discussed the nature of current."
"The student and I discussed topics related to evaluating derivatives and integrals of logarithmic and exponential functions. We also derived some of the equations he was given in class to more deeply understand the math behind them. He was confident he could do the rest of his homework on his own after our session was finished."
"The student and I met for the final time today to complete more of his homework in preparation for the test. He has been learning about solving proportions, so most of the assignment covered those. He is getting much better at setting up, and solving proportions. He has made a lot of progress in the class, and I think he will succeed if he continues to study without me there."
"Today the student and I prepared for her algebra 2 assessment test in 2 months. She recently got a prep book, which we started working through. We started with polynomials, radicals, rational expressions, inequalities and exponents Chapter 1 (of 8). She was definitely shaky on many of the topics at first, but that is why we are reviewing. We quickly went over the strategies & steps that are required for each topic, as well as a few practice problems from the book. The book is a very helpful resource, full of very succinct steps/instructions and good practice problems. The next time we meet and don't have a test to study for, we will likely go over probability or series/sequences, just because those are the last topics on her syllabus. Overall, the session went well."
"For two hours, the student and I went over her remaining questions from past exams, then she did Practice Exam 4 as a testrun and we discussed time management techniques. For three hours, we worked through Exam 4, focusing on methods for identifying the question type and time management."
"The student and I started this session by working through the chapter on Logarithms. We discussed topics such as graphing logarithms, some methods to solve and estimate logarithms, and ways to use logarithms to simplify algebraic statements. After the student felt ready for his test in math, we spent some time talking about his physics class. We went through the homework assignment, which focused on sound and waves. We discussed standing waves and how they can be created and calculated, as well as basic wave theory, and the Doppler effect. I also introduced the student to some good online simulations and animations to explain some of the more complex concepts."
"The student had 2 exams (algebra 2 and chemistry) scheduled last week (her week before spring break). We are having 2 session this week, each one will focus on one subject. Yesterday's covered algebra 2. This exam seems to focus on graphing/solving for vertex of trinomials. She had to master the usage of the vertex formula and rearranging the equations to vertex form. This required her to remember the rules of completing the square, quadratic equation, and basic factoring.
Overall, the student seemed to do very well in the end. She has a solid understanding of graphing rules. I think she can do very well."
Overall, the student seemed to do very well in the end. She has a solid understanding of graphing rules. I think she can do very well."
"We covered using zscores to find probabilities, areas under the curves, percentiles, and percentages. We also looked at probability tables and probabilities of the occurrence of certain zscores in a normal distribution."
"The student and I reviewed logarithms for her upcoming exam. We went over the product rule, quotient rule, and change of base formula. We then tackled a couple of problems in chemistry involving the ideal gas laws and partial pressures."
"The student and I began working first on a homework page of one step algebraic equations. We spent some time talking about the student's preparations for the testing and how best to prepare for the math portion of the exam. For the last portion of the session the student did a word problem with fractional rate questions."
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