Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We continued to work on division of greater numbers with three dividends and a remainder. The student has grasped the concept and is ready to move onto the next domain. She has 10 additional practice problems to complete during the week. During the next session, we will begin to work on fractions."
"He had a test the next day, so we focused on his study guide and worked it through. His teacher suggested he spend more time understanding how to write and solve an inequality. So I printed up a couple of worked sheets and we went over the process of it and finished all the extra worksheets."
"We went over trig functions of any angle - the student's homework covered some simple trig review of solving right triangles and some slightly more involved problems where he was to find the 6 trigonometric functions of an angle using certain information. On the latter, he needed a review of the definitions of the 6 trig functions and that the hypotenuse is always positive and that the quadrant of the angle is relevant information. But I set him straight and he caught on quickly."
"Topics covered: quadrants, reference angles, evaluation of trigonometric functions, arc length, radian-degree conversions, and the unit circle. After doing many problems, the student has shown a great understanding of the topics covered."
"The student prepared for her upcoming tests on logarithms, exponents, logarithmic functions and solving exponential/logarithmic functions. We reviewed some of the material from her last quiz. She also reviewed how to find the inverse function of a log/expo function, used the sum/difference formula for logarithms with common bases, multiplication/division of exponential expressions with like bases. She finished by working on the textbook chapter review, which although for the most part similar to the review the instructor provided, also included some supplementary problems."
"We covered: Linear Regression Analysis & Analyzing Expected Return & Risk. Student had a very positive attitude towards the material, and learning the concepts."