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"The student's first session went very well. Today we went over area of triangles, circles, and rectangles. Then we applied that to find the volume of rectangular prism, cylinder, and triangular prism. The student lacks confidence in her answers and struggles to understand the formulas. However, she is very quick to realize her mistakes and fixes it after."
"The student mentioned that he had passed his algebra 1 course. He is just starting his algebra 2 course and needed me to help him understand some problems on combining like terms and simplifying fractions with exponents. As I have said before, half of the challenge is figuring out how to enter in the right symbols and values in the online module. We worked through a couple of dozen problems and I felt he had a much better understanding at the end of the session."
"The student worked on homework covering trigonometric functions, the sum and difference of formulas for cosine and sine, the half angle formulas, double angle formulas, the square of tangent, cosine and sine. We also reviewed the unit circle."
"We went over integration techniques, improper integrals, and sequences and series. He understands the concepts for integration very well; it's just a matter of identifying the appropriate technique for each problem then solving without algebraic mistakes. He also understands sequences and series very well but should review some of the proofs to be prepared for his tests."
"The student and I were unable to meet over the weekend, so we pushed the meeting to today. She had an assignment on the cross product and dot product, so we worked on that. For the most part, the student has a strong grasp on both concepts and needed little instruction. She had forgotten that the dot product produces a scalar instead of a vector, and wasn't sure how to adjust the length of a vector but remembered quickly once we started discussing those things. Since we were short on time, I left most of the computations for her to do on her own. She seemed able to handle those without help. We will meet again on Saturday to cover new material."
"We covered cross multiplication to solve for variables, conversion factors, units, order of operations, biomes and their specific characteristics, and we practiced answering essay questions about the book "To Kill a Mockingbird", and discussed study methods.
I did not see any new scores but the student does have an exam on 2/7.
The student will continue to review conversion factors and going from inches/second to feet/minute.
I left both students with several problems to review for cross multiplication, converting between units, and questions to think about for the biomes test on 2/7."
I did not see any new scores but the student does have an exam on 2/7.
The student will continue to review conversion factors and going from inches/second to feet/minute.
I left both students with several problems to review for cross multiplication, converting between units, and questions to think about for the biomes test on 2/7."
"While we normally cover Algebra and Chemistry during our tutorial sessions, today the student had a test in Chemistry, so the tutorial focus was shifted over to Algebra 2 only. Today, we explored interpreting rational expressions. In particular, we reviewed how to find horizontal asymptotes, vertical asymptotes, and solutions to any rational expression. I pointed him to extra practice in his textbook that he can finish for extra exposure. For this unit, he will need additional practice factoring polynomials, as factoring is the far easier method of interpreting the expressions."
"For our first session, we covered multiplication of fractions (including mixed numbers as well as one variable equations and finding the area of rectangles and squares). The student's progress was noted through his completion of his equations while showing all of his work. I had him show all of his work on his equations and after the first few questions, he was able to finish all of the problems correctly. We had extra practice on converting mixed numbers to a fraction and vice versa. We also went over exponents and explained to him how those worked (including negative exponentials). I have very little concern about his progress."
"We continued going over graphing polynomials. The student had another quiz/lesson to do; this lesson combined several aspects of graphing polynomials including zeros/roots, degrees of a function determining the shape, coefficient sign determining direction (i.e., positive, negative), etc. I reviewed the way the degree (even/odd) determines the shape of a function and then the sign determines direction. He worked through the problems, and I showed him how to check his answers by graphing the functions on the calculator. He got a 10/10 on the quiz. I did not have any concerns from this session."
"Today's lesson was on simple interest and discounted loans. He did extremely well with the material. He got slightly hung up on discounted loans, but we resolved his issues quickly. We finished his homework for the day. Overall it was a productive session."
"The student and I worked through inverse functions, how to find them, how to graph them, the ways to reflect a function over a y=x line to find the inverse and how to use composite functions to verify if two functions are indeed inverses of each other."
"The student and I covered patterns and sequences. This includes writing a explicit or implicit rule defining a sequence, or finding the nth term of a sequence. We also covered properties of parallelograms."
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