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Statistics Tutoring review by John in Eagan, MN
In today's session the student prepared for the math competition. We studied a variety of topics, including factoring a cubic and complex roots of unity, summation notation, and figurate numbers. We derived a formula for the triangular numbers, put it in summation notation, and used this to apply the solution to the "handshake problem" to sports tournaments. He is a dedicated young mathematician, and seems to be making great progress to his goal of competing in mathematics competitions. It is a real pleasure to work with him.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Uzma in Eagan, MN
We mainly covered arithmetic sequence and determining the nth term. The student was struggling with solving some basic arithmetic methods. She is a sweet girl, and I hope I can help her. I taught her how to quickly recognize arithmetic sequence; then solve for first and second term to get the nth term. We practiced several problems. I downloaded some PEMDAS related problems so she can brush up and practice these skills easily. She has a great attitude, but requires a lot of assistance. I will help her the best I can and help her succeed.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Kendall in Eagan, MN
Everything went incredibly well. We went over various things briefly, such as fraction multiplication strategies and interpreting graphs, but we spent most of the time on going over how to find common denominators in order to add and subtract fractions. I was mostly teaching him tips and strategies for going faster and checking work. His only real issue is that he sometimes makes basic arithmetic errors, but that's just a matter of time and practice. I briefly introduced him to the Pythagorean theorem and distance formula.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Audrey in Eagan, MN
The student had a homework sheet on finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percents. He seemed to understand and remember how to change percents to decimals and vice versa, by moving the decimal point. He has a bit more difficulty changing a decimal to a fraction because he needs more practice simplifying fractions. We will continue to work on that. We then reviewed a bell worksheet on calculating the interest, using the formula I=prt.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Erick in Eagan, MN
We worked on finding half of a number. We also worked with geometric figures like triangles, squares, and rectangles. The student enjoyed the session. He was focused and trying his best. He has a homework assignment for the next session. I believe he will definitely benefit if he continues with the sessions.
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Statistics Tutoring review by John Paul in Eagan, MN
We went over various math concepts (algebra, geometry, statistics, etc.) covered on a practice exam via multiple choice questions. The student was struggling most with math concepts and strategies she has likely not had exposure to in a long time, if at all. She was very positive and interested in learning about strategies and patterns to use for specific types of math problems. We discussed doing as many practice questions as possible ahead of the exam, especially some that are available on a free website. Then after going over those problems and the rest of the practice exam, the student will sit and take the math exam in one sitting without notes to gauge progress and identify concepts that need more work.
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