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"We worked with decimals in multiplication problems. We discussed how to estimate and where to place the decimal. We discussed how the decimal place is related to multiplying/dividing by multiples of 10 and how this is useful when solving multiplication problems with decimals. We practiced with homework and extra problems."
"The student and I went over an extensive review of the types of material that would be covered on his test. Since his teacher likes to test on past concepts, we covered rational equations, radical expression, and min/max problems to make sure he had his bases covered. In the past, forgetting these older concepts has led to a worse test outcome for the student so we wanted to make sure to avoid that this time. I assigned additional homework for him to do."
"Today, we covered finding the function of a parabola from the vertex, using conjugate pairs to factor a function. Once he reviews the process, he can do similar problems well."
"Yesterday's session went really well. The student seemed a lot more focused. We covered solving radical equations and did several practice problems. I had her complete the problem set and assigned a problem set for the next lesson."
"The student and I worked on her geometry skills. In class they had been working on angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons. We went over each topic and reviewed her homework. She was more comfortable with material by the end."
"I have noticed that the student is getting a lot better in regards to her confidence and asking people for help. She went to tutoring now, and I have pushed her to answer her own questions by working out the problems stepbystep. We met today since she has a quiz on Friday. We started with solving equations with natural logarithms and "e". She did well, since she had already completed her homework with her teacher before I arrived. We also reviewed logbase ten equations, and graphing the parent function of the square root of "x" along with shifting it horizontally, vertically, and shrinking or stretching the graph."
"I worked with student 1 on his science homework for chapter 7. He was able to construct answers for the assignment. Then I worked with student 2 to review dividing polynomials with long division and synthetic division. She has a working knowledge of the concepts. If she weekly practices it for about 30 minutes, I think she we eliminate the forgetful moments."
"We covered percentages and worked on three various formulas specific to percentages. The student is not struggling much with percentages and is now consistently double checking his work. I was very proud to see his quiz score from his fractions quiz (he scored a 10.5/12) and he was very proud of what he was able to do. I left him with the task of memorizing the three types of formulas to use for percentages and he will be quizzed on them next time I see him."
"It was our first session and it went very well. We worked on one of most important set of concepts one learns in algebra 2  the analysis of rational algebraic functions in terms of the graphs they produce (VA, HA, RD, x and yintercepts, etc.). He is an enjoyable student to work with, stays very focused the entire time, was relatively well prepared, and seems to learn very quickly. By the end of our session, the areas he seemed a bit confused by seemed much more solid, from old skills like factoring to new skills like how to determine a vertical asymptote or removable discontinuity or what to do to find the x or y intercepts. He learns well. We finished through all of the work he said he had to do right around the end of our time. We set our next session for next Tuesday."
"We did lots of calculus problems involving work. We specifically focused on how to set up integrals calculating the work done by moving bodies of water. For this we had to focus on how to set up cross sections. I think he is getting a handle on this."
"The student and I went over her first quiz and discussed methods of finding the mean, median, mode, and standard deviation (measures of central tendency and variation). We talked about stemandleaf plots, which I think she has a much better understanding of now, and we worked on Guided Assignment #1. We will meet again tomorrow. She is a pleasure to work with."
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Covered:
C. Planning and conducting experiments 
1. Characteristics of a welldesigned and wellconducted experiment.
2. Treatments, control groups, experimental units, random assignments, and replication.
3. Sources of bias and confounding, including placebo effect and blinding.
4. Completely randomized design.
5. Randomized block design, including matched pairs design."
Covered:
C. Planning and conducting experiments 
1. Characteristics of a welldesigned and wellconducted experiment.
2. Treatments, control groups, experimental units, random assignments, and replication.
3. Sources of bias and confounding, including placebo effect and blinding.
4. Completely randomized design.
5. Randomized block design, including matched pairs design."
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