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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Kristin in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed various mathematical concepts, including perimeter and area of rectangles/squares; measured area of triangles; determined the circumference and area of circles; reduced fractions; converted fractions to decimals; and practiced word problems. At the end of the lesson, we read an article from Achieve 3000 and discussed the main idea and details. Next lesson, we will work on multiple-choice problems based on that article. The student had a great attitude the entire time and easily assimilated the mathematical concepts through additional practice.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Kathryn in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we spent the entire lesson on algebra. We went over a handout that the student had for school, and then we worked on reviewing the writing expressions and equations from written phrases, PEMDAS, and solving equations.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sarah in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we spent the majority of our session working on derivatives of logarithms and exponentials. We also reviewed angular momentum, inertia, and torque in the last 30 minutes.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by George in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we spent time solving and graphing functions. The parabola with x as a function of y took some time, due to tricky arithmetic. One problem with linear and quadratic equations looked difficult, but it was straightforward with a variable substitution. The student has a good handle on most of these concepts.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Khristine in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we started off by reviewing the last two weeks of material that we went over. We did a quick review of relationships with lines and the various types of angles. This included a quick review of complementary and supplementary angles, alternate exterior angles, alternate interior angles, and corresponding angles. The student did well on this and remembered most of the terminology. After this, we started on Pythagorean theorem. We went over the formula again and the concept behind solving these types of problems. She did well with the basic problems, but she had difficulty when we got to some of the more complex word problems. She had trouble understanding how to set the various problems up. She seemed to have a better grasp on the material by the end of the session, and we will do a couple of review problems on it next week.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Sabeen in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we started off going over math homework. The student needed some understanding within the math homework. We then moved on to the English writing homework; it was a worksheet. We then reviewed a math test that he had taken before I helped him understand the questions and answers. Lastly, I printed out a 3rd-grade spelling list and gave him 10 words to study and make sentences with.
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