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"Today we reviewed for her up coming exam on logs. We reviewed how to find vertical and horizontal asymptotes along with the x and y intercepts for log and e functions. She can complete problems involving solving x using log, ln, and/or e. She is also able to simplify expressions containing these functions."
"We continued working to process limits of rational functions, including functions whose limits are zero or DNE."
"Today we continued to review for the student's final exam. We covered series and limits. He is doing a great job at understanding all the material."
"The student continues to improving rapidly and I really think she can thrive in a calculus class next year. We worked on chapter review for her quiz, covering intro to calculus concepts. We found limits algebraically and by looking at a given graph. I also helped her to determine (by looking at a graph and by working through a given equation) whether a function was continuous, had a hole, or had an asymptote at a given point."
"The student had a few questions on physics, so we started there. She shared that she's in the middle of APs, and has no more PreCalc tests until the final. Her teacher gave her a lot of practice problems to prepare for the final, so we did some of those problems. Particularly, we did problems using L'Hopital's Rule."
"We focused on factoring quadratic equations, beginning with problems involving common factors before progressing to the a^2b^2 form and finally, more complex factoring. While the student generally didn't have difficulty with the arithmetic behind factoring, he had trouble recognizing what to do at each step. I think that as long as he continues familiarizing himself with these problems, he will start becoming more comfortable with the concept. He should remember that factoring and distributing are inverses, so that it generally isn't necessary to do both in a single problem!
We also talked briefly about multiplying fractions. He initially didn't understand why we might want to factor the numerator and denominator before multiplying, rather than after, but by the end of the session he understood that this practice makes simplification easier."
We also talked briefly about multiplying fractions. He initially didn't understand why we might want to factor the numerator and denominator before multiplying, rather than after, but by the end of the session he understood that this practice makes simplification easier."
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