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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
I helped the student understand a quadratic equations test and make corrections so she could get some points back. We worked on domain & range concepts, axis of symmetry, how to graph, and determine characteristics of the parabola from the standard equation.
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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
Today's session covered answers to two new questions from the practice exam, dealing with watt meters and per-unit analysis. We had extra time towards the end of the session which allowed us to review an older problem the student had been having trouble with on his own. He was feeling a little tense during the session and had not had as much time to study that week as he would have liked. He was able to stay focused, however, and we worked through the material diligently.
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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
Yesterday, we went over the student's math homework, which included graphs and plotting points as well as reviewing fractions and polygons on the program. Afterwards, we did some reading for his Language Arts course. Along with the reading we began to fill out a worksheet on literary devices, specifically covering metaphors.
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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
We reviewed and corrected worksheets the student had for homework on multiplying and dividing (finding factors and quotients). She was able to complete most of this worksheet correctly except for where she had to multiply 3 digits. I explained that when you have 3 digits, you have to multiply the first 2 and then multiply the answer by the third digit. She caught on to this strategy and was able to make her corrections. The second worksheet had her multiply and subtract (word problems requiring both operations). At first she struggled with the concept of needing both operations to solve a problem. However after working together reviewing examples, her response was positive. I left her extra practice to study her 4 times table.
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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
Today, we looked at a review that the student had over square root functions. She had completed the majority of the review in class, and really only had a couple of concerns about the material, specifically over domain and range of square root functions and why she had been unable to reach the correct answer in one of the questions. It only took cursory explanation for her to recognize the patterns in domain and range of square root functions, and her other incorrect answer had been due to a digit that had not been entered in her calculator rather than a forgotten or faulty step in the process of answering. I wrote out a few extra examples of what she might see on her test and had her work them out, which she was able to complete quickly.
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Lakewood, WA Math tutoring
We went over homework section 1.4 (slope, factoring). I asked the student to write down the slope formula several times to help her memorize the formula for the upcoming test on Wednesday. She seemed to struggle with signs and transferring numbers, so we worked on strategies to minimize mistakes (by labeling and working problems out slowly rather than rushing). I gave her 2 pages (20 problems) of factoring problems to practice for her first test. She began to understand factoring using the simple FOIL method. Next time, I will show her the AC and grouping methods in factoring.
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