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About Choctaw

Choctaw, the oldest chartered town in Oklahoma, is located within the greater city limits of Oklahoma City. Prior to becoming a town in 1893, Choctaw was a well-known trading post and camping area. Although the town shares its name with a Native American tribe of the same name, the Choctaw Indian headquarters are located in the southeastern portion of the state. Choctaw is located in an area known as Tornado Alley and has an average of 54 tornadoes per year.

Choctaw is home to one high school, Choctaw High School. With a population of just over 1,500 students, the school maintains a manageable student teacher ratio of 18:1. Choctaw High School's Varsity Academic team is a well respected competitor on the national level and regularly competes at events around the country. The school offers Advanced Placement coursework and exams for those students that qualify. Online or in-home tutoring in Choctaw might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work.

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Tutoring review by Amir in Choctaw, OK
The student and I spent the session going over the material that is going to be on his quiz tomorrow. His quiz covers sections 6.5 and 6.6, which involve working and graphing radical and powered functions (x^2 x^1/2 x^3, and so forth). We spent the second half of the session reviewing his homework assignment for sections 7.1 and 7.2, which cover working with exponential growth and decay function and graphing them.
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Tutoring review by Leora-Dona in Choctaw, OK
Last week, the student and I continued working with creating equations and converting them between the different forms (standard, point-slope, and slope-intercept). She is doing very well with this concept and didn't need much correction on these problems; she just wanted me to double-check her work. We then began working on graphical transformations and took note of a list of the ways a graph can change based on the part of the equation that has changed.
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Tutoring review by Kasey in Choctaw, OK
Today the student and I focused on analyzing functions in preparing for his test this week. He feels comfortable with the material and simply needs to focus on paying attention to details when analyzing graphs. He is getting better at reading instructions carefully and the accuracy of his work improved immensely when he checked back over his work, which he plans to do on his test.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Choctaw, OK
Today we reviewed some basics; we saw arithmetic problems but in this case I gave him the result and he needed to propose an addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for any given number, so the six numbers I gave him turned into 24 operations and they all ended with the same answer. I explained to him that we needed to move from arithmetic thinking to algebraic thinking and that we needed get to a higher order of thinking so we could make some conjectures and from that move to prove our guessing, and after that propose a rule.
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Tutoring review by Kyle in Choctaw, OK
We covered the idea of exponential functions and how the determination for increasing vs. decreasing is made based on the "a" in question (for y = a^x). Instead I reiterated some things from our previous session covering functions and their inverses, mentioning how x as the independent variable, and its horizontal orientation, are just arbitrarily assigned conventions. If the vertical variable were considered the independent one, then horizontal line tests would establish whether or not a relation was a function and instead it would be vertical line tests establishing compliance with the one-to-one quality. For fun I showed how you could invert a quadratic if you first restricted the domain to prevent horizontal line test failure.
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Tutoring review by Austin in Choctaw, OK
The student and I spent the first 1:15 working on sections 6.1-6.3 as he missed these lessons in school. These sections were on solving systems of equations using graphing, elimination, and substitution. As he did not have much prior experience with these concepts, it took him a bit to understand, but by the end of the session he had little trouble with any of these subjects. He and I spent the last hour of our session working on a review sheet he had for homework on chapter 16. He had little trouble with the concepts in chapter 6. However, we did have one word problem with systems of equations that we worked on which took quite a bit of time for him to understand. He can do well with straightforward word problems, where the variables and equations are easily defined, but when the problems are switched up, he has trouble understanding.
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