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"We reviewed various topics in preparation for an upcoming test  determining the angle of rotation for rotated hyperbolas, computing the magnitude of complex numbers, using DeMoivre's Theorem to raise complex numbers to any power, calculating the angle between the tangent to a polar spiral and the corresponding radius, plotting ellipses, completing the square to determine the roots of quadratic equations with complex coefficients, dividing complex numbers, and computing the square root of complex numbers."
"We covered and reviewed synthetic division and complex numbers. This session went really well; we will continue to work on her factoring method.
Her last quiz, she only missed 1/2 of a point."
Her last quiz, she only missed 1/2 of a point."
"We finished logarithmic real world applications and moved on to do a cumulative review for the student's quiz. The student wasn't really struggling much anymore, she was just nervous for the test, so we reviewed enough to make her confident. I once again left her with some problems from the pre calculus review book."
"The student started trigonometric functions in class so we briefly reviewed what she has learned so far and then explored some new topics including the unit circle, how to use it, graphing trig functions, trig identities and a mnemonic device to help remember them."
"We covered primarily precalculus today. Specifically, we worked on limit problems, finding equations from graphs and from x,yintercepts and asymptotes. The student is making progress  she got 88% on her last math exam. The student was struggling with limit problems using algebra and determining the equations from x,yintercepts so I helped and we worked on that. In next session, I will see the progress she is making and also help her more with her needs."
"We went over material for the student's test tomorrow. We did long division of polynomials and factoring. She felt comfortable with most of the information that was going to be on the test."
"Today we did a few problems on gravitational force and field, then we did some precal problems covering solving trigonometric equations. We also did some problem solving with trig equations. The student seemed to understand these topics pretty well and was good at using the calculator when she needed to find the answers."
"The student and I did his chapter review homework which was on matrices. We briefly went over the concepts of row reducing, multiplying matrices, and finding the inverse, and then solved the problems. We were able to use a calculator, so the student solved the problems quite quickly, but I asked him to solve a few by hand to make sure he understood the concepts and how to do the problem unassisted."
"We worked through homework in preparation for an exam tomorrow. We discussed topics in trigonometry such as unit circle, conversions from and to radians, reducing radian fractions to simpler terms, creating the right triangle based on fractional values, and calculating all six trigonometric functions."
"The student's class had just taken a test, which he felt fairly confident about. Since he had no new material, we worked on an extra credit assignment. We also did a brief preview of the next chapter on logarithms and looked at some sample ACT math problems."
"Tonight, the student was working on problems with parabola equations and factoring cubic and higherorder polynomials. We made some good progress and I think the student understood pretty much everything that was going on. We ended with a very tough quintic polynomial factorization."
"The student and I had a great session covering the use of the quadratic formula (in cases when the answer was real or complex) as well as covering the fundamentals of complex numbers (which include imaginary parts). Specifically how to add and multiply them as well as rationalizing fractions with complex numbers. Overall, a productive session!"
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