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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
During this session, we went through function transformations on reciprocal functions. We looked at deriving the formula from a graph and vice-versa. The student seems to be doing very well with these; they appear to be more intuitive than the logarithmic functions.
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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
Similar to our previous session the student and I reviewed questions for an assignment that focused on probability theory. He forwarded the questions and some of his answers prior to the session so that I would have an opportunity to review them before we met. There were a few errors with a couple of the questions. We reviewed why these were mistakes, and he appeared to understand the error in his calculations. The last question in this assignment was perhaps the most challenging of the questions that we reviewed. This question was related to how one determines if events are independent. He was quick to point out that there are a few different formulas that one can apply to answer this particular question. We talked about meeting again this coming week to review questions. The sessions are going well, and he overall appears to have a good grasp of most of the material.
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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
The session covered 23 math problems and two reading sections (6 questions) from practice questions. The student succeeded in answering all of the questions correctly. Her largest issue was reviewing a question from last week, where she had difficulty in solving two equations that were established as relative to each other. To solve this problem, she needs to become more familiar to distributive property of mathematics and factoring. Other than that, she can only improve her reading times by practicing reading. I recommended to her mother that she should try reading at least 15 minutes a day. Other than that, the lesson went immensely well; she is a bright student.
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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
Today we covered the basics of confidence intervals. We were comparing the difference it makes when we used the standard normal table vs the student's t table for computing confidence intervals. Specifically, we were covering the computation of confidence intervals for the mean of a small sample. We also covered a case with a large sample, but the majority of our focus was on the small sample case. The student is doing well connecting the ideas of the confidence interval with the standard normal curve and the student's curve. I think that with bit of practice, he will be telling me that confidence intervals are easy. The first one was the hardest, but each one after that became easier and easier.
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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
Today's session covered ANOVA and Correlation. The student was receptive to the material and eager to follow along. The session mainly focused on completion of an assignment; I linked a video tutorial on correlation.
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Hollywood, FL Statistics tutoring
Today the student and I discussed the concepts of independence and mutual exclusivity as they apply to probabilities and how they affect joint probabilities (A and B / A or B). When events are mutually exclusive or independent, he has a much easier time with the calculations than when they aren't and the intuitive calculations become more complex. We will continue to address this issue in our next session. We also touched on means and standard deviations of probability distributions, and we will revisit that on Tuesday as well.
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