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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered the following topics from his homework including but not limited to: Equivalent Expressions: determine if two expressions are equivalent. If not, pick a value that shows that the two expressions are not equal. Also, we covered Real value functions, inequalities, and the distributive property. There were some challenges that occurred such as: Equivalent Expressions: determine if two expressions are equivalent. If not, pick a value that shows that the two expressions are not equal. Also, we covered Real value functions, inequalities, and the distributive property. The student was extremely cooperative, very engaged during the session, attempted to solve the problems independently, and explained in his own words verbally the solutions to the problems multiple times. His responses indicated that he was understanding the material better and just needed some clear explanations, guided prompts, and guided practice. We finished his assignment together.
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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered the following topics: fraction reduction, exponents, quadratic equations, factoring, substitution, and polynomials. She was struggling with manipulating exponents and reducing fractions; however, we performed a few drills to correct the issue. That corrected the issues she was having with newer concepts. She had a very positive attitude. She was able to execute a lot of the test problems that I gave her. 
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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered the limit definition of derivative, the slope of the tangent line and its relationship to the derivative, and continuity and differentiation. She is an intelligent student and seemed to understand the concepts, but they were still novel and she was working on putting everything together. She will do some practice problems and get the next lesson from her teacher on Monday before our next session.
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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered these concepts: greatest common factors, lowest common multiples, adding and subtracting decimals, averages, dividing decimals, multiplication tricks for 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, and 12, and word problems. I suggested using graph paper as scratch paper so that the numbers, especially the decimal places in numbers line up, as well as some tricks for checking her work and a few multiplication tricks. I think she is getting comfortable with telling me when she is confused and getting more comfortable with thinking through word problems.
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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered trig function integration, and began to touch on trig substitutions and the method of partial fractions. Overall, she did good work, though more practice is definitely needed on general integration tricks and tips.
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Mississippi, MS Math tutoring
The student and I covered vector spaces, span and dimension, and methods of proof in our first session. She appeared comfortable with most concepts and performing computations, but did have some trouble planning solutions. I helped her get started on a couple of problems we worked through together, which she ultimately solved. We also discussed ideas for formulating proofs, namely establishing a clear structure and identifying useful axioms, definitions, theorems, etc. I recommended the student to seek out additional support from technical societies on campus, and we made tentative plans for an exam review Wednesday.
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