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"1. We covered vector operations, both algebraically and geometrically, including:
a). Dot products, cross products, and vector projections.
2. We also covered parametric descriptions of curves and their various related unit vectors, including
a). tangential vector b). normal vector, and c). binormal vector.
3. We also covered descriptions of planes, including how to find the equation of planes when given the coordinates of three points in spaces (by finding two vectors, taking a cross product to find a normal vector to the plane).
4). The student maintained a good attitude toward the material.
5). I recommended that the student use online resources to visualize 3D curves and visualize what the B, N, and T vectors would look like."
a). Dot products, cross products, and vector projections.
2. We also covered parametric descriptions of curves and their various related unit vectors, including
a). tangential vector b). normal vector, and c). binormal vector.
3. We also covered descriptions of planes, including how to find the equation of planes when given the coordinates of three points in spaces (by finding two vectors, taking a cross product to find a normal vector to the plane).
4). The student maintained a good attitude toward the material.
5). I recommended that the student use online resources to visualize 3D curves and visualize what the B, N, and T vectors would look like."
"1) Math homework help  multiplication, division, and equations.
2) Science homework help  learned about minerals, the difference between color and streak, how streaking helps scientists distinguish minerals, and two different qualities of minerals: fracture and cleavage.
3) Extra practice is to learn the times tables for 3 and 6.
4) He learned something new today  factors.
5) I will test him on factoring at the next lesson to make sure he has not forgotten what he learned today."
2) Science homework help  learned about minerals, the difference between color and streak, how streaking helps scientists distinguish minerals, and two different qualities of minerals: fracture and cleavage.
3) Extra practice is to learn the times tables for 3 and 6.
4) He learned something new today  factors.
5) I will test him on factoring at the next lesson to make sure he has not forgotten what he learned today."
"1) The concepts we covered were the following:
a) change of variables via evaluating the Jacobian matrix and
b) finding the curl of the curl of a given vector field.
2) The student mainly needed help with getting a better understanding in how to work out the problems.
3) The student was engaged and committed to learning the concepts.
4) One strategy I left with the student was how to utilize the Jacobian matrix to change the coordinates. The first step is to take partial derivatives of each variable with respect to the change in variables; for two variable functions, there would be a total of four partial derivatives, which would make the Jacobian a two by two matrix, and for three variables, there are nine partial derivatives, making the Jacobian a three by three matrix.
5) The student seemed to have a better understanding of the concepts at the end of the session."
a) change of variables via evaluating the Jacobian matrix and
b) finding the curl of the curl of a given vector field.
2) The student mainly needed help with getting a better understanding in how to work out the problems.
3) The student was engaged and committed to learning the concepts.
4) One strategy I left with the student was how to utilize the Jacobian matrix to change the coordinates. The first step is to take partial derivatives of each variable with respect to the change in variables; for two variable functions, there would be a total of four partial derivatives, which would make the Jacobian a two by two matrix, and for three variables, there are nine partial derivatives, making the Jacobian a three by three matrix.
5) The student seemed to have a better understanding of the concepts at the end of the session."
"After introductions and a discussion of potential tutoring goals with the student and her mother, the student and I began a series of lower level math assessments. She completed two fourth grade assessments and scored in the 90th percentile. She went on to complete one page of a fifth grade assessment with comparable scoring. When asked, she characterized the assessments as "easy" and indicated she felt positively about her performance.
Next time, I will begin working with her on returned assignments that she can resubmit once she has made corrections and mastered the concepts. It was a good first session."
Next time, I will begin working with her on returned assignments that she can resubmit once she has made corrections and mastered the concepts. It was a good first session."
"After our first session, the student had an exam the next day. She did well on the multiplechoice section but not as well on the free response, although her scratch work showed correct answers. I noticed that she does not organize her work on her test and also is prone to secondguessing, so I need to reinforce the concepts so she can gain confidence in doing her work. I went over complex numbers and polynomials with her, and she said she's following along a lot better than before. I asked her to do more practice problems through her online homework so she doesn't forget how to do these concepts.
Currently, we're working on packets her teacher provided her to prepare for her exam."
Currently, we're working on packets her teacher provided her to prepare for her exam."
"After reviewing the student's most recently returned quiz, we did more practice on the concepts that the quiz was regarding. To be more specific, we practiced solving simple onestep algebraic equations."
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