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"We studied for the student's science final exam. We had to solve various problems involving mass, volume, and density, as well as define various terms like matter, volume, density etc. We studied for her math quiz this Friday which will cover rules of divisibility and using bar models to solve algebraic problems."
"Yesterday was my first session with the student. We spent the session working through his homework. Comparing values was no problem, so we moved onto multiplying and dividing fractions, and then finally adding and subtracting fractions. He is a good student, I think he's going to do well in our sessions."
"The student's next test, covering the whole of the course's discussion of probability, happens tomorrow. Things started with me showing proper usage of combinatorics to calculate the odds of various poker hands before we progressed through the study guide he procured. Things seemed to flow logically for him and he was frequently able to say where each number had come from in a particular step to the guide's solution to a problem. At the end I reviewed some basic antiderivative concepts using the classic physics example of a particle/object with a given acceleration function and two pieces of data to determine the positioning function."
"Today we reviewed the student's past calculus exam and worked through all the questions again to make sure she understood the process in solving them and all the steps involved. We both worked through the problems together and we compared answers. We also began working on her homework assignment due this week. This session went well and I was able to get a general understanding of what the student needs. She is a bright girl and next week we are going to continue to work on her class problems and the conceptual aspects of calculus more than just working out problems."
"We reviewed more of the student's homework dealing with certain triangles with side lengths and angle measures defined by algebraic expressions. Depending on the type of triangle, we were then able to build equalities to solve for variables. This was easy for him and he's very good at those type of fundamental problems. Before we finished, I had him attempt to solve simultaneous equations with an "x" and "y" variable. He decided on the elimination technique to do so. Good session."
"The student completed a math worksheet reviewing borrowing with fractions and long divisions. He began a new worksheet and corrected problems from a previous math worksheet. He showed me that he used his notebook to neatly complete his work! We also completed a language worksheet on how to identify and correct pronouns."
"The student reviewed his class notes on finding the slope for a given line, and finding the slope using the slope formula. He was provided additional problems and guiding questions for comprehension. In addition he practiced using his calculator, practicing exponent functions and multi function equations. An alternate calculator was suggested for fraction functions."
"We covered Chemistry: Nomenclature, Diatomic definitions, Polyatomic ions, g to mol conversions, STP definitions and assumptions, and L to molecule conversions.
We also reviewed polynomial factoring for her exam in Algebra 2 on Friday.
Assigned her to make flashcards of common polyatomic ions that she'll need to memorize in order to be proficient at chemistry."
We also reviewed polynomial factoring for her exam in Algebra 2 on Friday.
Assigned her to make flashcards of common polyatomic ions that she'll need to memorize in order to be proficient at chemistry."
"On Wednesday, we started by going over some starters from her class. There were again xintercept and yintercept problems, as well as slope problems that we had gone over while she was on break, so she already knew how to solve these without a problem. She also had one word problem that had to do with setting up a system of equations that she was able to set up on her own. I had also brought a set of 4 word problems with me that were about combining percentages of solutions or products to create a mix. She was able to set up the table of information and solve the problem based on the practice ones we had done in the past. Considering the number of these problems we have done, she is doing excellent on them and with a little more practice she will do well on future assignments and tests."
"This was our first session. During our session, we reviewed both Biology and Algebra. For Biology, we reviewed the information that was going to be in his quiz the next day. Additionally, we reviewed quiz information for Algebra and reviewed the type of information that he would see on his homework. We discussed some possible study methods and will continue to do so in the future."
"During this session, the student and I went over rational expressions and how to solve for "x". We started off by going over the chapter lesson, on how to simplify expressions, and then solve for the defined x values. After a lot of repetition the student understood the concept. The session went well."
"Met with the student and covered concepts involving mathematical systems with multiple inputs described by derivatives. We worked through several homework problems covering those concepts. We also reviewed a test she received back from before we began meeting. I was able to answer some questions that she had using derivative properties such as the chain rule, product rule, quotient rule and implicit differentiation."
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