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Math Tutoring review by Ben in Weber State University, UT
Today's session went well. The student was struggling with word problems, but he made some solid progress today. He also is learning how to graph linear functions and seems to have no problems with the concept.
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Math Tutoring review by Martin in Weber State University, UT
Tonight the student and I went over some material on parabolas that was introduced in his class this week, and which will be covered on a quiz next week. The problems specifically concerned how to use the focus and directrix of a parabola to determine the equation of the parabola. He was a bit confused about this material when we began our session, but he was able to get a handle on it reasonably quickly. He completed all of the homework problems, and then I made up several more problems for him to do for practice, and by the end of the session, he was in control of the main concepts.
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Math Tutoring review by Lindsey in Weber State University, UT
Tonight was my final session with the student. We continued studying for his math quiz and upcoming science test. He is doing so well and has improved a lot during our time together. I am very proud of him and the hard work he has put in. I know he will do well!
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Math Tutoring review by Dave in Weber State University, UT
Tonight was my first session with the student. The urgent priority tonight was helping him prepare for a unit test on quadratic equations with rational, irrational, and imaginary roots. We reviewed the treatment of the square root of 1 -- how to find the roots, vertex, and axis of symmetry of parabolas -- and how to plot the graphs of quadratic equations. We reviewed the three methods of finding the roots -- factoring, completing the square, and using the quadratic formula. I think he felt more comfortable with the concepts by the end of the session. He will also have a review session with his teacher before he takes the test tomorrow afternoon. My initial assessment is that he learns best and gains confidence most by working problems, so I plan to give him plenty of practice problems.
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Math Tutoring review by Lintrail in Weber State University, UT
Tonight was my first session with this student. We worked through the problems that he missed on his last assessment. I explained the technique of adding and subtracting integers by keeping the first integer, changing the sign, then using the opposite of the second number. I also worked with him on problems involving order of operations and simplifying the result. I cleared up his misunderstanding of the real number system by giving him a diagram illustrating subsets of numbers. He caught on well as we worked through these different concepts.
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Math Tutoring review by Stephan in Weber State University, UT
Tonight we applied the quadratic formula into a physics-based problem involving basketball and dunking. The problem, for extra credit, was determining how long and how high a player could jump given the speed and acceleration in their jump. The student was disappointed when he didn't pick a fast enough speed and strong enough acceleration to dunk, but understood the concept in the end.
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