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"We worked on factoring of polynomials using multiple approaches such as synthetic division, long division, and using a calculator. We also worked on Pascal's triangle and using that to actor binomial polynomials. The student had missed a recent class on the subject matter so some of the information was new to her. We will work on more practice problems on Monday in order to prepare her for her exam on Friday."
"This was the first session I had with the student. She is a keen and avid learner. I went over her class lesson with her and clarified the material she had trouble with learning when it was originally taught to her. We went over some practice problems and she did great. She is a real pleasure to work with."
"We talked about L'Hopital's Rule and limits. I explained a bit about infinity and how, while just a concept, one infinity can be larger than another in terms of growth (concerning limits). My explanation seemed to bring the whole section into focus. We covered the Mean Value Theorem, which was easily covered. Received good news about the soda can project the student had worked on in the previous session. She had caught something that most the other students hadn't."
"The student and I worked on completing a worksheet she had been given in class that contained review material for her upcoming final. The worksheet covered mathematical applications of derivatives such as critical points, points of inflection, maximums and minimums, and displacements of objects (i.e. x(t) vs t). We also reviewed optimization problems, which she did not know how to approach. I think she definitely had a better idea as to how derivatives can and should be used, as well as how to set up optimization problems after the session."
"Today, the student was looking for help with an assignment that focused on integrating to find volume. The methods we used were the disk and washer methods. He understood the basic concepts involved, but he was having some trouble setting up some of the problems. We looked at a couple of examples and saw that he needed to shift the functions so that he was rotating around the x or y axis. After that he had little trouble completing the assignment. He hopes to get his test back Monday, and we will meet on Wednesday to go over the test and see what he did wrong."
"We covered simplification of exponent equations with a focus in roots other than squares (third, fourth, etc.). Noticing that he had an enjoyment in numbers naturally, we worked with more advanced ways of solving so that he could have a repertoire such as simplifying 27 to 3^3 to use later. We also focused on exponent rules like adding exponents and multiplication so that he had a better understanding of the rules. As a job going forward, I asked him to look over his requirements to determine what he needed the most help in for our next meeting so that he is the most apt for the midterm in two weeks."
"In this session, I covered some definitions: observational vs. experimental study, Independent vs. dependent variable, qualitative vs. quantitative data. I went through couple of examples from the PowerPoint he sent over via email and we walked through them together."
"We went through his study guide packet for his algebra final. I reviewed the problems he got wrong and together we found the correct solutions. Afterwards, I showed him the correct way to use his graphing calculator."
"We covered synthetic division, long division and inverse functions. The student has not yet covered these subjects in her class. She started the semester off with an A (98%) and she seems to still be performing well."
"I will be helping the student with reviewing for Geometry, Algebra 1, as well as previewing for Algebra 2. I will be covering approximately one chapter every session, and I also will be assigning homework problems. I would like him to focus on practicing many problems for Algebra 1, while familiarizing himself with new materials in Algebra 2. I believe he is doing very well in geometry."
"Today the student and I covered topics that will be on her Algebra II final. We reviewed probability first. I challenged her with examples of permutations and combinations and she was able to solve each problem. She also formed probability trees and was able to find the probability of a sequence of events occurring. We also reviewed graphing properties. She was able to find x and y intercepts and asymptotes of different functions. She is going to review more functions and their graphs before her exam as well."
"This is the first Calculus 2 session with the student. We covered a little bit of inverse functions and mostly focused on exponential and logarithmic/natural logarithmic functions and their derivatives/integration. This was in preparation for Exam 1.
The student showed great understanding of the material. The student was expected to work on homework associated with those sections following the session."
The student showed great understanding of the material. The student was expected to work on homework associated with those sections following the session."
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