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"The student and I worked on solving equations with three variables. We began by using elimination and substitution to solve these equations and then transitioned into using matrices. We first talked about determining the dimensions of a matrix and how to fill in matrices with coefficients from our equations. To solve the matrix, we used Gaussian elimination by using different row operations to reduce the matrix to the proper form to solve for one variable and then applied backwards substitution to solve for the other two variables. We also discussed what the matrix would look like if two of the variables were dependent on a third or if there were no solution."
"The student and I reviewed her current topic in school, which is converting fractions to decimals and then to percentages. Her unit also covers dividing by decimals. We did 5th grade math challenge word problems involving money and fractions. The student also calculated local arrival and departure times and flight duration from my travel itinerary."
"We reviewed chapter 6 (probability) today. For the first half hour I reviewed some notation (and, or, conditional) and went over examples done in class except looking at them differently i.e. doing the purple & brown dice example without the chart. For the next half hour we did 3 practice problems from which it seems that the student understands probability but struggles in setting up word problems correctly. For the last half hour we worked on chapter 7 (cumulative distribution) homework, which it seems that the student understands just fine."
"Today, we finished reviewing for the student's test. Topics included: adding and subtracting negative and positive numbers, graphing points, finding LCD, LCM, and GCF of 2 and 3 numbers, adding and subtracting fractions, and finding the fraction equivalent of a repeating decimal."
"We solved word problems for her math homework. The student was overwhelmed in the beginning after reading the problem. I encouraged her to translate the word problem into one or more equations, sentence by sentence. We then worked on her history homework."
"The student and I started the next chapter of her book, Chapter 6. This chapter talks about probability distributions and we focused on discrete variables for our lesson. We learned how to calculate expected mean, variance, and standard deviation from distributions and practiced applying that knowledge in word problems. She caught on to the topics quickly."
"During this session we went over rates. The student seems to have good grasp on the concept and knows how to tackle the problems. I think this session cleared a lot of things for him. Overall this session went well."
"At this session I tutored both students in AP Calculus AB. They have an exam today and needed some extra help on optimization. They solved multiple optimization problems from a test review packet given to them by their teacher. We went over the questions together and cleared up any questions/concerns."
"The student had a test today so we covered a bunch of things for that. First we went through a review that the teacher gave to prepare for the test. He did most of the questions 100% on his own and only asked a few questions from me so that was encouraging. Then I completely rehashed all of the concepts he would need for this test like first derivative test, second derivative test, critical points, inflection points, concavity, and slope. Finally we did three in depth practice problems where I gave him the graph of the derivative of a function and he then had to draw both the second derivative and the original function. Finally, I showed him some graphs where all three of these were overlapped so he could hammer home the concepts we discussed."
"The student had a test coming up on integrations involving log functions. This section normally involves some insights about changeofvariable or usubstitution. I provided some suggestions on how to approach such problems; Try to guess the correct substitution so that the form resembles those basic forms as much as possible. He could appreciate what I was trying to convey. He is doing great."
"  Meeting 11/20
 Reviewed Chapter 5 of text, mainly the specifics of observational studies and experiments.
 Discussed the reasoning behind and potential problems of clustering, paired, and stratified experiments.
 Clarified that a simple random sample (SRS) only means every subject has an equal chance of being chosen....does not depend on outcome, only on equal probability."
 Reviewed Chapter 5 of text, mainly the specifics of observational studies and experiments.
 Discussed the reasoning behind and potential problems of clustering, paired, and stratified experiments.
 Clarified that a simple random sample (SRS) only means every subject has an equal chance of being chosen....does not depend on outcome, only on equal probability."
"The student and I reviewed function asymptotes, and then I had him do some practice problems while he explained to me each step he was doing, which he did very quickly and efficiently. Then we went over his last test one question at a time to find out the things he didn't understand when he first took it. The test included inverse functions, finding maximums and minimums, and creating graphs from given functions. After reviewing these subjects, he was able to fix his previous mistakes and learn from them. Next Tuesday we will finish going over his test and move on to the next lesson."
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