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The student and I were able to cover the rest of his spring break homework packet, that covered many different things. He is getting better at solving problems, and is a bright kid. He does have all the notes that we have used over the past couple of sessions to look over for homework.
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Today we went over the student's next chapter in full. This current chapter is on the properties of exponents. We began by simplifying exponents, from cancelling out like terms in fractions, to working with fractional or negative exponents. Next we solved exponential equations by squaring or cubing both sides, for example. We moved towards adding, subtracting, dividing or multiplying f(x) and f(g) functions, which led into inverse functions. All along the way, we did random problems to check his understanding and he nailed all of them. I demonstrated the test for inverse functions: f(f-1(x))=x. Finally, we looked at graphing radical functions and checking if inverses are indeed functions. We used a graphing program to see how different variations of the form a, h, and k affected the graph.
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Today we covered some ACT math problems on probability and permutations. There were also problems on series that we did. For probability, the strategy we used was to figure out the total number of outcomes and put it as the denominator. The number of specific outcomes we looked for was in the numerator. The second student and I covered logarithms and their various properties. I explained the rules for exponents and related them to the rules of logarithms. We used those properties to solve for equations involving logarithms. She was eager to learn the material and was able to apply the rules when solving the equations. I asked her to memorize certain bases to different powers for homework.
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The student and I went over his previous weeks quiz and studied the new material. He only missed a few points on his previous quiz and he has a good understanding of the current material. We practiced solving and proving trigonometric identities.
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We reviewed a study worksheet the student had for his test tomorrow. He feels very comfortable with the material going into the test. The problems we reviewed involved proving complicated trigonometric identities using half angle, double angle, and sum/difference equations.
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I introduced the student to the sets, elements, domain, and range of a set. The student became familiar with the symbolics used when working with sets. Also, gave an insightful explanation and understanding of a function to the student. At the end of the session, I provided examples for the student to solve to demonstrate her learning abilities.
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