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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Mohamed in Cedar Park, TX
With the student we learned factoring polynomials including with complex roots and higher degrees. We learned that third degree polynomials factor easily when we find a real root, while some four degree polynomials with complex roots can be challenging if one of the complex roots is not trivial to find. She keeps learning fast and is confident with her last quiz. The session went great and we planned to meet again on Monday.
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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Katie in Cedar Park, TX
The student and I worked on pre-calc today. We reviewed her notes and started working on her homework. She seems to be doing well; Understanding and memorizing the unit circle, formulas, and values.
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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Adam in Cedar Park, TX
The student and I reviewed some more tricky problems involving diagramming with triangles and applying the Law of Sines. She is getting better at diagramming and generally more confident with the subject. With the second student, I reviewed a few methods for graphing and analyzing quadratic functions in standard form with him. I also checked on some of his old quizzes to make sure that he understands now what he did not then. We reviewed the definitions of consistent and inconsistent systems of equations and how to analyze and graph absolute value functions. He takes to the material quickly and understood everything we discussed.
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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Achante in Cedar Park, TX
Today we focused on practicing more on chapter 5.3 and solving trigonometric equations. We are working on practicing more to improve her performance. We also went over multiple angle identities very briefly to prepare her for the upcoming week.
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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Eliza in Cedar Park, TX
In preparation for the exam next Monday, we worked on material that was on Test 2. Specifically, we practiced complex equations, quadratic equations, the quadratic formula and linear equations. As he practiced the more complicated Algebra, the student became much more comfortable with it and made great progress. Tomorrow we will continue working on the Test 2 material, so that we will be able to cover Test 3 material before doing more general review over the weekend.
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Pre-Calculus Tutoring review by Travis in Cedar Park, TX
The student and I worked on his math project about solving systems of equations. The project involved solving two words problems by setting up three systems of equations and then solving them with various methods, including elimination, row operations, and inverse matrices. The student was able to use all of the different methods to solve the systems of equations both by hand and with a calculator. We also worked on the written portion of the report, which involved generating three-dimensional graphs of the systems of equations and explaining how they corresponded to the solutions. He was able to see that systems with no solutions occur when all three planes fail to intersect at the same place. On the other hand, a system of equations has a unique solution when the three planes intersect at a single point.
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