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## Session Summaries by Statistics Tutors

Today's session was very productive. Most of the time was spent learning fractions and working out fraction inequalities. We also did a bit of reading comprehension before playing a fraction game that we had started the week before. Also, one of her assignments was multiplication practice, where she had to mark which ones she had trouble with. She has a bit of trouble working through her 12s, but we'll continue to work on it.
We went over inequalities which is her next section of the book. She seemed to be understanding it more as we went and was doing well with the addition and subtraction inequalities.
We went over her areas of concern for her midterm tomorrow. We covered several topics, and we did lots of practice problems related to d=rt.
She completed two review sheets with me, on topics of functions: slope and y-intercept, system of equations, and addition and subtraction of polynomials. She answered all of her questions correctly. She also received a 90 on her latest biology test.
I taught the student how to do expand, simplify and answer exponents. We also reviewed perpendicular ad intersecting lines again. We did some practice questions, and completed her homework.
We completed chapter 2 and did some of the exercises. The student showed a good understanding of all the theoretical concepts covered, and I will make sure next week to test her on how she applies them in practical problems. I believe she lacks of self-confidence towards statistics, and that makes her hesitate even when she intuitively knows the solution of a problem. This is something we will work on.