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Algebra is an important cornerstone of your child's mathematics education. It helps students break from the simplicity of basic math and teaches them to think outside the box. However, the addition of variables may throw some children off. Varsity Tutors may find your son or daughter an algebra tutor in Louisville, Kentucky, who may break down the basic concepts of algebra to make sure they understand the big picture.

Many students are surprised by the variety of careers that use algebra. Those in management positions in areas like advertising and finance frequently have to use algebra. Without algebra, modern technology would grind to a halt. Also, if your child wants to take high school or college courses like economics, biology, physics, or engineering, they are going to need to understand algebra first.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by top UofL Grads. We serve Louisville and all suburbs.

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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
The student and I started this session off by working through his homework on scientific notation. For the most part, he had a strong understanding of the topic, and he only required a brief reminder about how to multiply and divide terms written in scientific notation. I also introduced him to the idea of dimensional analysis to relate the material to concepts he might find in his future science courses. After we completed his homework, we began to review for his final exam next week. We started with Chapter 4, which was the first chapter that we started working on together. This chapter, which dealt with graphs and the equations used to illustrate them was familiar material for him. The only concepts that needed a bit of extra attention were parallel and perpendicular lines and inverse functions. After we worked through a few problems, however, he was able to remember how to solve these questions. Before leaving, I assigned him the odd number problems that we had skipped out of those particular sections. For our next two sessions, I intend to devote the entirety of our time to reviewing Chapters 5 and 6, then throwing him a mixed bag of questions to prepare him for the test.
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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
The student's teacher laid out what is needed to prepare the student for a quiz on Wednesday, along with a semester final exam the following week. We leafed through the topics and essentials for the quiz. We concentrated on two word problems in the textbook for the quiz. We then reviewed some questions for the final exam. For homework, he is to drill on basic algebra so that he can easily do problems on the quiz and final exam.
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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
Today we covered practice tests that were mandatory in order for the student to take the final. We discussed that his grade in the class was at a minimum a pretty good grade and that the final was low stakes. We identified areas that needed work: finding the equation of a line, completing the square, and simultaneous functions. He showed proficiency with the areas that we covered since we started working together.
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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
We covered factoring different types of polynomials. After reviewing the mistakes she made on her factoring test, I reviewed with the student how to identify which type of factoring to use when given a polynomial. We then spent time working on Borrow and Payback which was a new concept to her. Once she understood it I had her work a few problems and explain it me as though she were teaching me the method. She did very well and grasped the concept quickly. She is very good at factoring and understanding the different types - GCF, difference between two perfect squares, perfect square trinomial, standard trinomials, borrow and payback, and factor completely.
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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
The student wanted to get ahead a bit in algebra, so we spent our full session yesterday working on the next section that he will have when he returns to school. We worked on adding and subtracting fractions that involve polynomials. He took to this quickly and solved most of the problems correctly. It was a solid session.
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Louisville, KY Algebra tutoring
- We continued his exam review packet. - We did some exponent work and graphical interpretations of lines. - He struggled the most with plugging in numbers but has greatly improved. - He will continue his math flash cards.
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