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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Asha in Kansas City, MO
Today I covered 3 lessons with the student - adding and subtracting mixed fractions and rates/ratios. She had homework to finish from last week and I added more homework today. She is going to complete Test 7 before our next session.
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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Brent in Kansas City, MO
We reviewed concepts for the final exam study guide and completed various problems in all of the topics.
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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Michelle in Kansas City, MO
Review of quarter 3. Chapter test included: finding the zeros of a polynomial, given a graph find an equation, finding imaginary and real roots.
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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Katia in Kansas City, MO
The student and I began the session with algebra. We talked about exponential functions and how to write the formula for an exponential function. We also talked about applying exponential functions to half-life word problems and interest word problems. He didn't have much trouble applying the formulas and did well with these problems. Next, we talked about finding the inverse of a function. After some practice, he got the hang of it. We then defined a one-to-one function and practiced determining if a function was a one-to-one function (passes both the vertical line test and horizontal line test) or not. We also discussed the standard notation for an inverse function. We practiced some of these problems, and he made very few mistakes. We then moved ahead of his math class to work on logarithms, a subject that can be tricky for students the first time they see it. We practiced converting to a logarithmic form from an exponential form and vice versa. We then practiced solving basic logarithm problems. At first he did not follow how to solve these problems, but by the end he was solving them correctly on his own. I think it will help prepare him for when they cover it in his class. Next, we worked on writing. The student wrote the intro paragraph for the essay on leadership for homework this past week. We worked on transitions between sentences. Then we worked on the first body paragraph together. We talked about varying diction in a paper for a better style. He will write the next body paragraph for homework, and we will correct it together next week.
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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Lindsey in Kansas City, MO
The student and I worked on understanding section 8.4 of her textbook on rational functions comprised of one polynomial expression divided by another.
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Differential Equations Tutoring review by Daniel in Kansas City, MO
This was our last tutorial. We talked about a review of extrema, and implicit differentiation. We talked about the process for which we can determine the absolute and local maxima and minima given a function f(x) on an interval from [a,b] or (a,b). Next we talked about implicit differentiation. The largest application of this is related rates. This brought us to the end of our session.
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