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"We reviewed the problems he worked and answered his questions. The student then finished partial fractions. We discussed integration with tables and then reviewed improper limits. We discussed improper integrals and will need next session to finish them. I assigned him problems to work over partial fractions."
"The student is preparing for his second half of his county test for math which will be tomorrow. He had a review packet in which we reviewed all the concepts he seemed a bit troubled with which included, scientific notation, solving inequalities, and setting up algebraic expressions. We went over each concept and I gave him problems sets to work on with each. We also spent some time going over Science material for his exam tomorrow which will cover all the different systems (i.e. digestive, circulatory, respiratory, etc.). I reminded the student to reread the science concepts once more so they will stick, and to reread his mathematics word problems for understanding."
"Covered initial sections of probability. Phenomena, sample space, union, intersection, disjoint, mutually exclusion.
More problem work is needed. Next session I will provide several sets of problems."
More problem work is needed. Next session I will provide several sets of problems."
"Today, we started covering topics that would be on the students final. Topics we covered included evaluating expressions with variables, expanding exponent terms, writing expressions without variables, order of operations, ordering, adding, subtracting, and multiplying and dividing decimals, and the coordinate plane."
"We started today's session with me asking the organization of his classes, since I want to know the frequency in which his teachers give homework and quizzes. We then worked on his algebra homework problem set, which he almost finished already by himself. He has good basics in this area so my plan is to get him in a more organized way. In the process, I also asked him to note down on his phone about the assignment due the next day, for the current week, and anything that we can thought of that he needs to take care of."
"We covered sections 7.3 and 7.4 in her book which was logarithmic and exponential functions, specifically graphing and finding the inverse as well as simplifying. She seemed to have a little trouble at first with finding the inverse, but by the end of the session, she seemed to get it better. We completed her homework, and went through one of the study guides (7.3) that her teacher had printed for her."
"Did practice problems for Chapter 7.1 and 7.2. Algebra problems solving for the variables. The student is getting better at checking his work and taking his time to avoid making mistakes.
He is going to work on doublechecking his answers."
He is going to work on doublechecking his answers."
"The student and I continued our work with variables and solving for expressions. She began work with inequalities with a variable, and we did many practice problems on the topic. I asked her to calculate the side of a square given either the area or the perimeter and explained how it worked using variables. Since she had such a great grasp on the material, I went into more complicated problems involving two equations and two unknown variables (using only addition and subtraction in order to avoid any factoring). She left with a basic understanding of the topic."
"We had another session of Algebra 2 tutoring. In this session we continued to prepare for his upcoming midterm. We mainly focused on how to interpret various types of functions. At first he was a bit confused, but he soon picked it up, and by the end was able to complete the work with little help from me. I encouraged him to continue going over various practice problems to best prepare for the upcoming test."
"The student and I worked through the homework problems assigned for Sections 7.1  7.4: Roots, Radical Operations, and Rational Exponents. We really focused on 1. Identifying conjugates of binomial radical expressions to rationalize the denominator, 2. Using the rules of rational exponents to simplify expressions containing fractional, radical or negative exponents, and 3. Simplifying addition/subtraction expressions using prime factorization. We also briefly discussed the shape of fractional, negative, and radical graphs as a preview of Chapter 8. I created an outline of the above sections, assigned some additional problems for practice, and included a section on complex numbers from last semester as review. She agreed to complete the problems before our next session."
"This was our first session following the winter break. We covered related rates, which we will resume at our next session. The student's teacher had given her a worksheet with a good breakdown of the procedure for approaching this type of problem. She understands the basic approach quite well."
"We reviewed a technique, often called "u  substitution," for simplifying seemingly complicated integrals. The student was able to handle integrals that involved products of functions raised to powers. This a popular class of integrals that is often tested. Another class of integrals that is popular in this sense involves products of trigonometric functions. I suggest looking at a few more of them during our next session."
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