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Spokane Valley, WA Math tutoring
We worked on homework assignments and a review packet, focusing on word problems involving maximization of area problems given a certain perimeter as well as a maximization of income problems given an increase of a certain price of something. We continued working on polynomials of second degrees and higher using completing the square, quadratic, factoring, imaginary numbers, and simplifying radicals.
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The student and I reviewed for her finals. We spent the first hour on math, reviewing objective functions, graphing, and quadratic functions. Her grasp of solving quadratic functions by factoring has improved greatly over the past few weeks. I also went over her study guides to prepare for her history final this week.
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Spokane Valley, WA Math tutoring
For this session we reviewed what the student's teacher taught in class earlier in the week about integrals and the fundamental theorem of calculus. The student wanted to clear up questions she had on the steps to evaluate an integral and what the significance of taking the integral is. We went over several example problems step by step and talked about the connection between the derivative and integral. She said she leaves class feeling very confused and that this session had been the most informative lesson she has had on the material so far.
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Spokane Valley, WA Math tutoring
The student and I began by covering a few techniques for integration. In particular, we talked about when to use certain techniques. We use u-substitution when dealing with compositions of functions in the integrand. We use trig-substitution when dealing with forms like 1+x^2, 1-x^2, sqrt(1+x^2), etc. After integration, we moved on to vectors and geometry. We started off with a problem finding the intersection of two lines given in parametric form. This involved setting the x coordinates equal and the y coordinates equal in order to find the value of one of the parameters at the intersection. We moved on to working with vectors and planes in 3-d. I emphasized how the normal vector provides information about the orientation of the plane in space. We also talked about how the 'd' in standard form allows us to recover a point in the plane. She has a final in the class tomorrow; the above topics were what she felt she needed the most review in.
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Spokane Valley, WA Math tutoring
The student worked on her homework specifically on the following topics: 1) Subtracting a 5 digit number from a 6 digit number. 2) Using division to calculate the length of a rectangle given the area and the width. 3) Taking a number between 50 and 100 and creating a factor rainbow ( listing all the factors in order). 4) Calculating the width of a rectangle, given the perimeter of the rectangle and the length of one side. After she completed her homework, I created another set of problems with similar concepts for her to solve. We also went over her multiplication table to help her to memorize quickly the division of 2 digit numbers by 1 and 2 digit numbers.
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Spokane Valley, WA Math tutoring
Today the student and I reviewed her homework which covered Pythagorean theorem. We talked about the formula and worked through all the problems. He had homework over finding the pattern in a sequence and writing the rule for a given table. When we finished we went over his quiz and reviewed the answered he missed. Overall productive session.
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