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Dublin, California, is a thriving community in the East San Francisco Bay region. Located just 25 miles southwest of Oakland, this vibrant city of 50,000 residents celebrates its Irish heritage with its name, its city seal, and its St. Patrick's Day celebration, one of the largest in the area. Dublin also combines traditional American small-town living with a booming economy based in medical research and technology.

Dublin High School, one of the two high schools in the Dublin Unified School District, is also a point of pride for community members. Newsweek Magazine listed Dublin High School among America's Top Public Schools, thanks in large part to its 98 percent graduation rate and 98 percent University of California admission rate. If you take advantage of Dublin, CA, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities.

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We continued to cover conic sections: hyperbolas, ellipses, circles, and parabolas. We also focused on the finding the major and minor axes, vertices, and focuses of these functions. The student was not struggling; he had a great grasp on the material and a positive attitude. I did include some strategies on finding the standard form of some of the sections. I asked him to look through the chapter review.
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The student's next unit has begun with a lesson on making and filling in Venn diagrams, including using them to find probability. He had little trouble constructing the diagrams, especially after we saw a few variations, but it took a little extra explanation before he understood how to properly interpret probability from them.
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In this session, the student and I reviewed the material that she had in a practice test so that she would be more ready for the real upcoming test on Thursday. This material covered quadratic equations, linear equations, factoring, completing the square, and making sense of word problems with algebraic methods. Word problems had previously been the area that she dreaded most, but she did very well in working through these ones. We got through all fifty problems without any major hitches, and we will continue studying Wednesday. I am very confident that she will excel on the upcoming final.
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The student had completed most of a worksheet his teacher had handed out. It covered graphing and types of equations- point-slope, slope intercept, and standard form. He had little trouble with most of this, and most mistakes were avoidable errors. He did have some trouble with word problems though. We will have to gauge to what extent these will be in his class. He had a bit more trouble with some of the concepts. We practiced standard form, domain and range, and word problems. We will review these again in our next session.
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Today the student showed me a few things that he wanted to review, both from his geometry class this year and from algebra last year. He said that he didn't remember learning the equations for the area and circumference of circles, so I went over the equations with him and we did a variety of problems to make sure he could use the equations in different ways. Once he felt comfortable with that, we moved on to the Pythagorean theorem, which he hadn't understood when it was on a test recently. I showed him how it could be used to find side lengths of right triangles, including on a coordinate plane. I've really enjoyed working with him, and I wish him all the best with the rest of the school year!
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We reviewed metabolism (glycolysis, citric acid cycle, and oxidative phosphorylation) and photosynthesis for an exam. The student had a good handle of the concepts and understood the reactions involved in each step.
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