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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I prepared for his upcoming test. We addressed mole to mole and mole to mass conversions in great detail, going over the steps and the process in order to arrive at the solution regardless of how the question is asked. It took a bit of effort, but by the end of our session, he had a much better understanding of the material.
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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I went over his exam that covered the first chapter. I felt like he was really listening to what I was telling him; however, I feel he still needs some work on the material because it was quite a lot that he had to learn in one go. The student was listening very well and genuinely seemed invested in learning the material. We covered adjacent angles, faces, edges, and vertices of shapes. We also reviewed some material preceding geometry, as he seemed a little unsure on that.
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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I went over his homework sheets for geometry. They mainly covered constructions of different geometrical terms using a compass. We went through each problem and I explained how you would go about creating each one. We then went over some material I had prepared on various topics. This included alternate exterior and interior angles, vertical angles, corresponding angles, and consecutive interior angles. We also went over interior and exterior angles of polygons. We discussed prisms, spheres, and pyramids, as well as their surface area and volume formulas. I introduced some trigonometry, including sine, cosine, and tangent functions, as well as the Pythagorean theorem. For each, we did some practice problems and the student seemed to understand and grasp all the material.
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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I went over how to complete the square, how to simplify radical expressions, and complex fractions. These were the concepts that she said she struggled with from the practice work I gave her. By the end of the session, I feel that she had a decent understanding of completing the square and simplifying radicals.
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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I went over logic and proofs. We covered truth tables and did a few examples for fundamental statements. He was able to do them by himself towards the end of that particular discussion. We also discussed translating short syllogisms from English into the typical notation used in elementary logic. We went through several simple proofs about segments and angles that he was originally confused about. His confusion was more formal than conceptual and toward the end, a light went on and he was able to explain clearly what had been troubling him and why he now understood it. During this time, we also discussed what teachers or graders might expect to see in a student's proof. He was enthusiastic and eager to learn during the session and it was a pleasure to work with him.
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Syracuse University, NY Geometry tutoring
The student and I went over our last lesson's concepts: perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors. We discussed triangular medians and proved that the centroid lies 2/3 along the length of the median. We also introduced medial triangles.
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