Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I covered sections 1.5 and 1.6 in her textbook in review for her final exam. These went over parent functions and domain/ range of even and odd functions."
"The student and I covered systems of equations containing three variables. We used the elimination method to find the values of each variable. We solved for about three different systems. We also went over series and sequences. We found the sums of these sequences and series, for both arithmetic and geometric examples. He seemed to grasp the material very well. He understood the conceptual parts of these series. We concluded with solving a logarithmic inequality, where we used a number to find our solutions."
"The student and I covered topics from the entire quarter for her upcoming test. She just needed to refresh on the concepts, and she was fine. She was confident with the material we covered. I suggested she finish her study guide, review it, and do some additional practice problems."
"The student and I covered topics on her last exam in Chapter 4 that she struggled with. We practiced a lot of examples throughout the chapter to help her develop her understanding of sin, cosine, and tangent graphs."
"The student and I covered verifying that one trigonometric expression equaled another, and the ambiguous case for triangles. He was not feeling confident with proving the equations were equal, but he actually had the right approach to solving, and was able to finish the proof. He did need clarification to solve the ambiguous case for triangles, and after seeing how to construct two triangles, he was able to take it from there."
"The student and I discussed concepts such as zeros, multiplicity, degree, and end behavior of polynomials. We also discussed how to go from standard form to factored form and vice versa, and how to extract information about the graphs of these functions from the equation. She seemed to do much better by the end and just needs more practice and memorization of the concepts/procedures we discussed."