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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
This session we covered dividing integers, as well as finishing up a math game. The student had homework that consists of him dividing integers and he remembered the rules when doing these integers. After he was done, I checked them and he got all of them correct. After I finished correcting them, we continued the math game. The game consisted of order or operations, integers, key terms, rounding, and discount. He did an excellent job.
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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
We went over subtracting and multiplying fractions. The student was very responsive and is making good progress.
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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
For this session, we reviewed for the student's algebra exam. We covered things such as domain, range, and rate of change.
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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
The student's final test for the trimester is on Friday, so we spent the session reviewing the parts she'd had difficulty with on the practice exam they did in class. We started with the section on inverse relations of functions, which she understood mechanically, but not conceptually. She does much better with proofs of concepts, not just learning how to plug and chug with them, so we spent about half an hour graphing functions and their inverse relations as well as determining the slope-intercept equations for both. By doing this, we were able to establish a pattern, namely that the equations of inverse relations have a slope that is the reciprocal of the initial equation's slope. Proving this to her rather than just showing her the math really boosted her confidence and understanding of what she was doing, so we were able to move on to parallel and perpendicular lines. We started by looking at pictures of both types of lines and describing them. I then asked her to give me her "definition" of parallel and perpendicular lines in terms of slope. With relatively little help, she was able to define parallel lines as having the same slope and perpendicular lines as having slopes with opposite/negative reciprocals. From there, we practiced identifying both types of lines both from graphs and from equations to help solidify and prove our definitions.
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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
Test Prep-- factoring and solving cubic equations by using common factors, grouping, and root theorem. Pascal's triangle to expand binomials. Student was left with 2 papers to aide in test.
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Denver, CO Middle School Math tutoring
Tonight we reviewed for his test on Monday. The test will be on greatest common factors, factoring trinomials, and perfect squares. We did review questions on all 3 of these main topics.
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