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"The student is currently working with rotations of 2D shapes across lines in order to obtain 3D shapes to find volumes. He is also working with intersections of planes with 3D shapes. We focused primarily on calculating volume. Throughout the tutoring session, I explained how the distance formula can be obtained using the Pythagorean Theorem. The student is a bright kid and he was engaged during the tutoring session."
"In today's session with the student, we reviewed surface area of cones and pyramids in order to prepare him for his quiz tomorrow. Surface area and volume formulas are all review for the student, so we mainly focused on the more challenging, multipart problems and worked on strategies to ensure he doesn't make simple errors. I told him to make sure to write every step down of every problem so that when he comes back to check his answers, he can go over every step to ensure accuracy. He likes to do a lot of mental math, and although that can help in many cases, I think it may be beneficial for him to use mental math more sparingly since it often comes back as his source of errors. Overall, he did not struggle with anything in particular, and we talked more about how he can fight his testing anxiety by making sure to get enough sleep, eat a great breakfast every day, and take time every day to partake in his fun and relaxing hobbies so that he isn't under pressure with homework all day. Overall, as long as he takes the time to take care of himself and lead a balanced lifestyle, I am sure that his testing anxiety will slowly start to fade."
"I quizzed both students on the previous session's material. I reviewed similar triangles, and then I reviewed what was key for circles. Next week, I will test them both again. After going over circles, they mentioned that they were learning sine, cosine and tangent. So, I gave them a quick lecture/overview of how to calculate and remember the acronym for those trigonometry functions. I also showed them an easy way to remember the values for the sine and cosine values of 0 degrees, 30 degrees, 45 degrees, 60 degrees and 90 degrees. I feel they will do very well on tomorrow's quiz."
"The student and I worked on circles in the coordinate plane. We first discussed the how circles were represented in a coordinate system and became comfortable with the general equation of a circle. We highlighted the parameters of circles that could be gleaned from the general equation which were the circles' center and radius. We then practiced graphing circles by analyzing the equation. We also went "backwards" and learned to find a circle's equation by analyzing its graph.
We focused on a few realworld applications like finding the center of three points that all lie on the edge of a circle. We also learned to find the equation of a circle where the given information was the two endpoints of a certain radius of the circle. I showed her how the distance formula is derived because we found it interesting. Because one has to do with a bunch of squares and square roots when dealing with circles, I reviewed both. Initially she was confused regarding radicals but not anymore! These topics came pretty naturally to her."
We focused on a few realworld applications like finding the center of three points that all lie on the edge of a circle. We also learned to find the equation of a circle where the given information was the two endpoints of a certain radius of the circle. I showed her how the distance formula is derived because we found it interesting. Because one has to do with a bunch of squares and square roots when dealing with circles, I reviewed both. Initially she was confused regarding radicals but not anymore! These topics came pretty naturally to her."
"The student said she had a test the next day and wanted to review how to determine the area and circumference of a circle, the area of sectors, and arc length."
"The student learned Euler's formula and was able to show this formula to be true by exploring the number of faces, vertices, and edges of prisms, pyramids, and other solids. He also practiced plotting ordered triples in 3D space on isometric paper. Furthermore, he solved problems that required him to find the distance between two points in 3D space given their ordered triples using the distance formula. After completing this assignment, we moved ahead one section, learning the formulas for finding the surface area of prisms and cylinders. We practiced several problems dealing with finding surface area."
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