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## Session Summaries by Differential Equations Tutors

Students P and A had a quiz in math on Tuesday/ Wednesday so we prepared for those. Student J had a Social Studies quiz on Natural Resources and we studied for that. They also completed their daily homework.
The student will continue to rehearse his understanding of percentage-decimal conversion, understanding where/why the decimal moves left/right two places. We worked through his science reading on volcanoes, which he seemed to comprehend well.
We reviewed multiplication facts, and I was able to introduce the picture associations for 4 x 4, 4 x 5, and 4 x 6. I had him describe the pictures that are associated with each fact, and then we practiced using flash cards on all the facts learned so far. Daily practice for even 5 minutes would help him be more automatic. He completed 2 word problems involving 'multiplicative compare' problem types. He needed some reminders of how to solve a proportion but did well.
The student and I worked on dividing decimals by multiples of ten and continued with other decimal division problems for practice.
We began with math, moved to English, and finished with chemistry. He is getting the math, giving us time to work in the other subjects.
This session we went over all of the conic equations and did 3 problems from each of the review sections in her book. These sections included hyperbolas, ellipses, and parabolas. I explained to her how to identify each one, as well as how to get each one into their standard form. When I was going through things with her she picked everything up very quickly and seemed to remember a lot of stuff from class.