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## Session Summaries by Statistics Tutors

The student and I finished reviewing his core concept worksheets. He has shown remarkable improvement over the course of our time together. These worksheets were the primary symptom of his struggles during the regular year, so it is important that we return to them at various intervals. We talked a little about functions, but I don't want to overextend too much. We will continue to cover core algebra concepts for the next session.
Topics covered today included a review of the student's previous quiz and how to determine the correct answers. We also went over integration through partial fractions. He is understanding improper integrals and how to solve them. We corrected all the answers, to my surprise he did them all himself.
Tonight the student and I finished his packet of worksheets for algebra 2, which took about 45 minutes. We then spent the rest of the time covering FOILing, factoring, and simplifying exponential expressions. He is doing extremely well with FOIL and exponents. I left several worksheets focusing on the concepts we covered (mostly factoring) to be done by Wednesday. If the worksheets are correctly completed, we'll move on to graphing quadratic equations, otherwise, we'll devote another session to factoring.
The student and I went over integration with trigonometric functions and trigonometric substitution. At the end of the session, he had a pretty good understanding of both concepts and just needed some repetition to solidify the topics. I am emailing her some practice questions with solutions.
Today we finished the summer packets. We also went over some workbooks their father bought them. They have a little homework to be completed by our next session.
We covered mixed fractions involving adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing today. We also reviewed order of operations and I gave him practice problems (homework) which he finished during our section. He is expected to review linear equations and rework the practice problems. He did a great job at getting to the right answer. There are no concerns from this session.