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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Andrew in West Valley City, UT
Today the student and I focused on graphing secant, cosecant, tangent, and cotangent functions by starting with reference graphs and applying transformations of amplitude, period, phase shift, and vertical shift.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Natalie in West Valley City, UT
The student and I went over graphing periodic trig. functions and finding the equation when given a graph or data. She just needed clarification on how different properties of the function were obtained from a graph or data (constants a, b, c, and d). After working a few practice problems, she was able to quickly pick up the concepts and get through several homework problems on her own.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Lucas in West Valley City, UT
This time, we started to go through a review packet given to the student by his professor. The packet involved knowing the graphs of the trig functions and their inverses as well as using the inverse trig functions to solve equations. The student struggled a bit with the graphs of the inverse trig functions simply because he hadn't spent enough time around them. We went through the derivation for the graphs, and he seemed to grasp it pretty well. I feel confident that he could reproduce the graphs again. He was worried about memorizing them, and I told him that he just needs to know how to think through and derive them. Memorization is not necessary or even encouraged. This seemed to put him at ease.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Emily in West Valley City, UT
We went over half and double angle identities. Proving that certain compositions of sin and cos are sinusoidal was a bit tough, but the student seemed to be picking up which rule to apply when by the end of the session. We didn't have any problems using tangent, so she needs to make flashcards of all the rules and keep that one in mind. Any of the different rules, including addition inside the function rules, may show up on her quiz this week.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Asta in West Valley City, UT
The majority of the session was spent reviewing class concepts. The student was a bit fuzzy on how the unit circle connected with the graphs of the trigonometric functions. I reviewed the unit circle with her, then explained using SOH-CAH-TOA how to find the sine/cosine/tangent of the angles on the unit circle. We then took those values and graphed to get the sine and cosine functions. I also introduced her to the concept of asymptotes through the tangent function. We then spent the rest of the time brainstorming and doing some preliminary research on her human geography current events presentation.
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Trigonometry Tutoring review by Asma in West Valley City, UT
In this session the student did his homework which focused on graphing functions and its inverse and evaluating the domain and range for both the function and its inverse. He is doing well with algebra, he just needs more practice with the word problems. He has exam on Wednesday and I will send him problems to practice with these two days so we can discuss them during next session.
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