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Statistics Tutoring review by Jess in Wood Dale, IL
The student and I worked on some online practice problems from chapter 7 and 9 about probability. The problems were good to work on because they cover the key concepts like sample space, events, independent, and mutually exclusive, and how to determine probabilities. There was an especially long problem about a game of rock paper scissors.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Maani in Wood Dale, IL
I covered probability basics, counting rules, hypothesis test, and false/true test results. The student is smart.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Jessie in Wood Dale, IL
The student and I went over creating the categorized education variable and how to merge datasets in SPSS that have one key variable (i.e., merging one-to-one by an id variable). We also went over how to perform simple descriptive statistics and frequencies on variables in an SPSS dataset. I instructed her to do a literature review to look for expected proportion of the workforce (e.g., public/private sector, etc.) that are veterans and the distribution of education received between veteran and non-veteran females. We will work on categorizing job titles next week.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Meghan in Wood Dale, IL
The student has been doing really well in her math class, her last few quizzes and tests she's scored at least an A. We prepared for a quiz and a test. The test involved graphing functions, determining their holes, and vertical and/or horizontal asymptotes. She and I went through the rules for finding asymptotes and also did some extra practice problems. The quiz covered circles and ellipses. We first discussed how circles are a type of ellipse and then went through a number of ellipse problems. She did well with these; she just needs to be careful about not confusing her major and minor axes. She has been doing well and seems to understand the material.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Samuel in Wood Dale, IL
We started the session by reviewing the student's homework pack and completing the May Do section. Everything that she had already completed looked great. The May Do section involved plotting points and moving around a grid, something she continued to be very comfortable with. We used the May Do problem as a jumping off point to talk about the Pythagorean Theorem (A-squared + B-squared = C-squared). The May Do involved figuring out how far a girl wandering around a neighborhood traveled. The girl was walking around city blocks, but using the Pythagorean Theorem we figured out how far it would have been if she could cut straight to her destination. We finished up this session with some review and practice problems for the order of operations and translating from English to math and vice versa.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Kataryna in Wood Dale, IL
Today we covered how to factor and reviewed how to FOIL. I also taught the student a couple of tricks to make more simple what she may think of as are more complicated problems. When solving problems, we both did the problem separately, and then she would let me know what she got and how she got it. If it was correct, we moved on; if not, we discussed how to fix it and how to always check yourself. She had most of the basics down; there were just a few things we went over to make sure she wouldn't make the same mistake again. We also worked on simplifying imaginary number expressions and expressions with radicals. Because both examples need FOILing, we had plenty of practice, and she seemed to find them simpler than before. We then worked out a few definitions, to make sure she was clear on what they meant. We were working off a study guide, and she will work out the rest of the study guide herself. I am going to come up with a few practice problems for her to practice the concepts we reviewed today. She did very well.
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