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## Session Summaries by Pre-Calculus Tutors

We went over the properties of real numbers and the Pythagorean Theorem. By the end of the session, the student demonstrated he understood the work by performing the exercises correctly.
The student and I spent the session preparing for her algebra quiz. I quizzed her on point slope, slope intercept, and slope formulas. We then worked through problems that required her to use points to find the slope and the formula of a line. She did well on these problems. We practiced a few more problems with fractions. We also completed her history homework.
In this session with the student we primarily focused on the factoring of perfect squares. We discussed the (a+b)(a-b) form and how it is used to cancel out the middle term in factoring. He completed his homework assignment for practice over this topic. He seems to understand the factoring process. For the next session we will review and try to master all methods of factoring and which to use based on the problem type to prepare for his test.
The student and I discussed some study strategies, specifically keeping a single page of important concepts to go over before a test. We also started on his class' next chapter (polynomials): graphs and nomenclature, mostly.
Concepts covered: multi-variable functions, combining functions, domain of combined functions, range of combined functions, and geometric sequences. We discussed additional study strategies for her next test.
During this session, the student and I introduced ourselves and talked about his course so far. We then went over some homework problems and took a closer look at concepts surrounding graph manipulation and how each change to a function affects its graph.