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Trigonometry is a subdivision of math that analyzes relationships between the angles and sides of triangles. Students who take trigonometry often discover that the subject has some complex connections to other facets of mathematics, particularly calculus, infinite series, and logarithms. However, some students may lose their way among these relationships and feel overwhelmed by this complexity.

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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
We went through a homework problem set, touching this time on parabolic equations and their graphs, angular velocity, and logs/natural logs. With some practice and laid-out examples, the student was able to grasp the problems. With additional practice, he should be able to memorize the appropriate equations and apply them to novel situations. We will practice more tomorrow.
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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
The student's trigonometry test is tomorrow. The unit is mostly over word problems using trig functions and the Pythagorean theorem. While the math is easy, it is setting up the problem that proves to be more difficult. I practiced all the homework questions with Dennis and made him try to draw the picture for each problem. He did well.
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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
The student and I continued working on trig identities today, reviewing the Pythagorean identities and introducing the sum and difference identities. By the time we finished, he was at least feeling better about the material.
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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
The student and I decided to meet one more time before spring break just to make sure he's caught up on everything. He had a couple of algebra review assignments to finish up, so we worked through those. He was pretty good with everything - I just showed him the difference of cubes formula to save him the time of doing long division. He also had an assignment on proving trig identities, so I helped him with that. He knew that sin^2 + cos^2 = 1, but wasn't really comfortable with using that to re-write (1-cos^2) as sin^2, for example. And sometimes he'd try to apply it when the trig function wasn't squared. But I think some practice will take care of that. He did pretty well with the general strategy of rearranging one expression into another by factoring, finding common denominators, and using the standard identities.
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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
Today the student and I discussed graphing trig functions. She felt like she understood sine and cosine already, so we focused on graphing tangent. In particular, we looked at how to determine where the asymptotes occur by figuring out where cosine of x is zero. Then, we did some practice problems looking at how the period or starting point can change when different numbers are used in the equation. After doing practice, she felt a lot better about this subject. For the last few minutes of the session, we discussed what she is learning in her physics class. They are learning about momentum and how it is conserved. We did some problems involving objects starting together at rest and then moving apart, and used conservation of momentum to calculate the velocity of the objects.
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Richmond, VA Trigonometry tutoring
The student's session went pretty well, we continued to review trigonometric equations and identities from Chapter 5 and started algebraic equation solving from Chapter 7. The only section which presented any real trouble was identifying multiple solutions for trigonometric equations. This is something I will read more on and try to get supplemental help printed out for her before our next session. We did several practice problems and started preparing a study sheet for her to review for her exam next Thursday.
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