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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
We covered homework problems dealing with related rates and critical points. Overall, the session went well as we worked out each problem together.
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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
The student and I went over her first calculus exam to review the material and understand what she missed on the exam. We then moved to the work she would be going over in class later this week, and she left with a more positive feeling towards the material.
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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
Today we revisited all of the topics in the second unit, including the first derivative test, the second derivative test, and the Mean Value Theorem. The student did very well! She was hesitant at first, but I believe her confidence grew as the session progressed. Finally, we discussed a strategy for remembering the relationship between a function and its derivative (slope) that I hope will aid her during the test tomorrow.
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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
We went over the student's homework, which also serves as his test prep and it was entirely on implicit differentiation and how to find change in one quantity when another is changing at a given rate. We did this for two and three variable situations. We had to cover the idea of differentiating a variable without respect to another, that the derivative of x is not, in fact, 1, but rather dx, because this technique allows us to evaluate change in other variables around it. We will continue this work in our next session.
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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
Today we did a lot of exam review for the student's midterm this Friday. There were five challenge problems that the teacher assigned that we went over extensively.
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Danbury, CT Calculus tutoring
Today the student and I covered more material on related rates and implicit differentiation. We successfully answered a few practice problems that she had had trouble solving the night before. We covered a general method for solving these types of problems, both implicit differentiation and related rates problems. She has a test coming up, and with a little more practice I think she will be ready and successful.
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