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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
We went through an online homework that included questions on graphing exponential functions through the use of standard transformations. This material seemed rather easy for the student and he was able to do about half of the assignment himself. We also went through a reading assessment that involved some of the properties of logarithms. This part seemed to be a little more difficult for him as he hasn't had as much exposure to it. We will definitely need to spend more time on logs in sessions to come.
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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
During this session we reviewed some of the student's upcoming test by going through the review sheet his teacher gave him from school. Specifically, we covered areas dealing with manipulation of logarithmic expressions and changing those expressions to the standard logarithm form.
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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
The student and I met and he asked for help on algebra I. The homework was on graphing quadratic equations and determining linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. The homework was review and the student was challenged with remembering some elements of the assignment. I went through the same unit lesson with him to review the concepts. We did some practice problems and then we revisited the homework. The student had some more confidence with the problems after that, despite a few remaining questions for his teacher at school.
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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
In this session, we covered and reviewed a variety of topics that student has seen this school year. In his class at school, they are preparing for a assessment and reviewing previous topics. We practiced, slope-intercept, arithmetic sequences, functions, systems of equations, and radicals. I asked the student to bring his review packet to the next session, as well as to bring returned, graded work from his classroom teacher to give extra attention to topics he learned. He has a very good grasp of mathematical concepts. He said radicals gives him the most trouble, so we walked through them together. I also encouraged him not to rely on his mental mathematical acuity too much. It was a good.
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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
The student and I continued with the Quadratic Functions topic. We went over why we factor quadratics and why we solve quadratics when y = 0. He grasped the concept quickly. I then taught him the "Generic Rectangle" method of factoring and solving quadratics. Jacob took the notes as I spoke. We solved a few quadratics together and then he solved several on his own while referring back to his notes at first, and then with out them. I also showed him how to solve or find the roots of the parabola using the graphing calculator. There were three different ways and he grasped the concepts quickly. He used this skill to check his answers when he solved using the "Generic Rectangle" method. The next session, he would like to learn the "completing the square" and quadratic formula method to finding the zeros of the quadratic.
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Meriden, CT Algebra tutoring
We worked on simplifying square, cubic and quartic roots. The student has improved greatly from the week before. We went over more examples from the week before, and then showed techniques for multiplying and dividing roots, along with rationalizing the denominator. I am very confident that he will do well on this exam.
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