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"Today we reviewed a practice exam / handout that the teacher gave for reviewing for the precalculus final. We went over each question. He was also making a notecard that the teacher is allowing him to use during the final. I made some suggestions on what he may also need on his note cards from the sessions that we had, like trig definitions. He had some initial issues with problems where completing the square is needed. We practiced several problems to verify that he understands the concept. Other than the hiccup with completing the square, he seemed to have grasped the material. We then went over his physics practice test. He did well. I quizzed him on Newton's Laws and went over some practice projectile motion problems. He worked all the problems himself with very little help from me. I checked his answers to verify that they were right."
"Topics Covered: (Final Review)
 Solving for x in inequalities
 Solving Natural log and log functions
 Solving for x when it's in the exponent position
 Solving Trig functions
 Word problems involving angles, trig functions, and relationships
 Exponential growth and decay
 Completing the square
Progress Achieved:
 Reviewed 2.5 review packets
 Worked through word problems and how to approach them
 Discussed working through problems on test day"
 Solving for x in inequalities
 Solving Natural log and log functions
 Solving for x when it's in the exponent position
 Solving Trig functions
 Word problems involving angles, trig functions, and relationships
 Exponential growth and decay
 Completing the square
Progress Achieved:
 Reviewed 2.5 review packets
 Worked through word problems and how to approach them
 Discussed working through problems on test day"
"During our session, the student and I continued to review topics for his pre calculus final. Some of the topics we covered were polar and Cartesian coordinates, logarithms, inverse functions, and exponential functions. We went over some practice midterms that he had. He showed great aptitude at understanding the basic methods that were required to solve the problems, and showed great improvements in memorizing and applying formulas. The session went very well."
"I met with the student and we continued studying for his precalculus final. He had a new practice test that was all multiple choice, so we went through that. He made very few mistakes, so overall I think he's in good shape. On the questions I thought he wasn't sure of, I had him work through to the answer as if it wasn't multiple choice. We finished that with some time left, so we worked through his suggested problems on the last chapter, which wasn't covered in the practice test. We worked on a few questions on combinations and on sequences/series. He did pretty well on all of them, so I think he's ready for his final. We'll meet one more time and I'll bring some harder questions, but as long as he stays focused and doesn't rush, I'm sure he'll do great."
"During my session with the student we covered the topics of trigonometric proofs and solving trigonometric equations for specific solutions. We started with trig proofs and practiced using the Pythagorean trig identities to create different proofs. After practicing many trig proofs we moved on to solving trig equations for solutions between 0 and 2 pi. We saw several types of trigonometric equations and practiced using algebra concepts to make them easier to solve."
"This was our final session before the student's final. He then finished the practice exam that his teacher gave him. We addressed some minor issues along the way such as synthetic division. He really wanted to work with the conic section equations. There is a lot to memorize here and he will be working on that tonight. Once he has the equations, he knows how to use them appropriately. We will be taking a break for the holidays and resuming early next year."
"Conducted practice problems with solving inequalities, using absolute value, graphing and finding solutions. Completed equations solving simultaneous equations with multiple variables. Reviewed aspects of property types for equations."
"We reviewed her material for the test, which was a worksheet on solving equations and word problems. She reported she currently has a 90 in the course."
"We went over her previous tests and quizzes. She had aced her last quiz, and got an 80 on the test. We went over how to do any missed problems.
Then we prepared for another trig quiz. We went over all sorts of triangle problems, and how to do sin(x+pi/2), or any other constant inside the sin or cos."
Then we prepared for another trig quiz. We went over all sorts of triangle problems, and how to do sin(x+pi/2), or any other constant inside the sin or cos."
"The student and I met before her test. We covered the review materials given to her. We reviewed solving trig with triangles and the unit circle. We spent a while finding all the asymptotes of rational functions, and also graphing them. We touched on graphing transformations of all types of functions covered."
"We went over her extra credit homework and the review for her final exam. We got through chapters one and chapters two. We created a study plan for the rest of her evening and also reviewed how to set up an optimization problem."
"The student and I worked on reviewing chapter 3 of her text. This pertains to exponential and logarithmic functions. Materials from the online chapter 3 pretest were used along with a portion of her midterm review. We solved, graphed and changed representations of the functions. We discussed what issues she was having in the past that had been impacting her grade in class. She will also make note of any issues that need to be addressed before her midterm."
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