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Corona is a city located in Southern California. It is part of Riverside County and has a population of 152,400. Residents living in Corona are approximately 45 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles.

Students in Corona are part of the Corona-Norco Unified School District. There are eight high schools in the area that students can attend, including nationally ranked Santiago and Centennial High Schools. You can work with Corona, CA, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college. That way, you will be able to get the assistance you need to try to succeed. Corona tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today.

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The student let me know that he got an 83 on his last test; part of his problem was time management. He wasn't able to finish the last problem and there weren't many problems on the test. Before his next test, we'll discuss time management strategies. The student was working on vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, and points of discontinuity. The student and I went through what all of these terms mean; I had him explain each term to me. We spent extra time on horizontal asymptotes and how that relates to the behavior as x goes to infinity and negative infinity. Once we went over these concepts, the student said that he felt that he understood the material. He also was able to do all of his homework correctly. He was applied what we discussed and reasoned out the more difficult problems. The student said that his teacher is planning a quiz for next week.
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Concepts: Reviewed the student's second test and went over any errors he had, along with his homework about translations/rotations. Issues: The algebra seemed a bit tricky to him from the test, but oddly enough, when I quizzed him on it he knew how to do the problems. He had a good positive attitude this session. I instructed him on how to do the problems he missed, as well as told him to make sure he is more diligent with his problems so he doesn't make simple errors. I left him a practice "test" on the problems he missed on his exam and the current homework he is working on. As long as he takes his time and studies he should still be able to get an A in the course.
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The student and I worked on arithmetic series. Specifically, we worked on finding the sums of arithmetic series as well as defining arithmetic series using the given value of its sum and the number of terms. She showed great retention of the material we worked on over the last two sessions regarding sequences, and used this knowledge to solve subproblems within the problems we worked on today.
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Today, we covered forces in equilibrium and the net force. I made a list of steps (procedure) to solve force equations, and we worked through some homework problems I picked out from an old college physics textbook. For each problem, we worked through it using the procedure I had outlined. The first problem was a simple block held on an incline by a string. Then, we worked a problem with a picture being held up by 2 wires at equal angles and lengths. Next, we found the net force by a wood block used to stop a bullet. And finally, we worked a problem to find the acceleration needed to keep a 2 kg block in place on an accelerating incline.
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The student and I worked on Algebra for most of our session today. He is having a bit of difficulty grasping the concepts. I think with repetition he will be able to grasp this. He is completing a verbal diagnostic before our next session and continuing with the algebra on his own. We will pick up with reading and more algebra next time we meet.
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Today's session started with homework involving the concept of functions and equations. The student asked that I review the lesson, as she did not grasp the concept. I showed her a video that explained the definition of a function and the strategies and steps of functions and equations. We reviewed an example together, and then she worked on the homework sheet independently. When she completed the worksheet, I checked each problem with her. She struggled with three problems involving graphing a given equation and creating a table to represent the function. I guided her in correcting the three problems. She recognized her error and was responsive in making the corrections. We followed up by practicing some higher order thinking problems from her textbook involving the concept covered. She completed these problems, showing mastery of the topic.
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