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Math Tutoring review by Zachary in The University of Utah, UT
Today, the student and I worked on various types of integrals. We went over line integrals. We also went over how to compute line integrals directly using the parametrization of a curve. We went over how to compute line integrals of conservative vector fields using the fundamental theorem of line integrals. We went over how to find the potential function of a conservative vector field. We then went over how to compute line integrals of simple closed curves using Green's theorem. We went over how to parametrize surfaces. We also went over how to compute the surface area of functions and of parametric surfaces.
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Math Tutoring review by Karen in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed for the student's make-up test on Tuesday, which covers systems of equations. We focused mainly on word problems and creating equations based on what we were given. She understood by the end of the session how to create these equations after going over several problems. She was able to go through problems on her own without hints, and she arrived at the correct answer. It seems as if she much less confused about this subject now than when she took the test the first time around.
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Math Tutoring review by Kristin in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed some mathematical concepts like dividing by decimals and checking her work. The student picked up the information quite quickly, and she easily caught on when estimating for figuring out how to divide properly. Additionally, we reviewed some reading comprehension homework based on "The Wonder Horse." She used a very specific structure called RACED to answer the question, and she worked hard to answer each question carefully and completely. She will be working to finish the other set of reading questions later.
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Math Tutoring review by Grant in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed subtraction and practiced some larger numbers. Then, we talked a little about doubles and triples (4 is double of 2; 6 is triple of 2), since the student had been learning it in school. We briefly introduced multiplication (her first time learning about it!), using addition as a reference (2 x 4 = 2 + 2 + 2 +2). I was impressed that she intuitively grouped them to make the successive addition faster. I instructed her to practice counting by 2's and 3's for next time, which will help a lot with learning multiplication.
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Math Tutoring review by Jonathan in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed the student's worksheet for his exam. We covered everything from inscribed angles to central angles. We also touched upon chord formulas and secants. I showed him how to approach each question and gave him some tips on how to do the problems if he were to see them again.
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Math Tutoring review by Robert in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we shifted into some number sense. We went over factoring numbers under the radicand to get the reduced form of the number. Also, we revisited some basic geometry with the Pythagorean theorem, solving for 1 side when the other 2 are given, combined with some square root solutions that were put into reduced form (combining the two activities). This was done in prep for a test coming up. The student did very well but still needs improvement in number sense, attention to detail, and organization. These will be honed in on in future sessions.
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