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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Rhodes in San Marcos, TX
The student and I met for the first time today for an hour and a half to work on Calculus. We set out a plan of what topics have been covered and need to be reviewed and what topics will be covered in the near future. We worked on some complex derivatives and special rules for derivatives from last semester. Then, we worked on the current topic of anti-derivatives (integrals), including u-subs and different methods of solving them. Each time, we plan to go back and review some old material and then also go over current material. Although our normal meeting time will be Wednesday nights, we are going to meet again this Sunday.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Michael in San Marcos, TX
Worked on the problems at the end of the math and writing sections, which are considered the hardest. With some more practice in the math the student will become proficient at transliterating the word problems into equations and will get accustomed to the abstract nature of some questions. We also did some practice and review in geometry. As for the writing section, we reviewed a few strategies for eliminating incorrect answers and the rules that the error identification frequently tests.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Joseph in San Marcos, TX
As part of the student's ongoing review, we looked over and corrected some mistakes from last week's quiz and re-studied how to find the mean and standard deviation of transformed and combined random variables. We then began on another homework problem set, covering random variables as well as the binomial and geometric probability distributions. So far, very little of this set has proved problematic for the student.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Carolyn in San Marcos, TX
Today we went over the material that was on the twins' quizzes this past week. We discussed the importance of spelling and verb usage. We completed a practice quiz in the workbook, we created sentences using preterite verbs and new vocabulary, and then I gave the twins a spelling test using all the vocabulary and irregular preterite verbs from their current chapter.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Paul in San Marcos, TX
The student worked through his Chapter 6.3 homework, which covered binomial and geometric probabilities. We then went through a review of his Chapter 6 assignments in preparation for his Chapter 6 test tomorrow.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Zhan in San Marcos, TX
Today, I asked the student more questions based on what we talked about the last time. We also talked about the new article I sent him. At the end, I went over a worksheet with him, and I explained about the use of the past, present, and future tenses. We used some examples in the worksheet to extend our dialog and Q & A. The homework is to review and use the new vocab we've learned today so that next time I can ask him more questions based on what we covered today.
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