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Tutoring review by Nicholas in Fort Worth, TX
The student and I finished a few more trig problems today from his test review. We then worked on a small amount of graphic using sinusoidal waves (graphing trig functions).
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Tutoring review by Landon in Fort Worth, TX
I had a chance to finish a test from last week, so we went over the review again for questions he was unsure of. Mostly the circle rules again.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Fort Worth, TX
We covered trig concepts, including angular and linear velocity, reference angles, co-terminal angles, and the unit circle. The student was readily able to solve an angular velocity problem (the spinning wheel) with little guidance, and was able to compute reference and co-terminal angles after brief descriptions of each. I explained the construction of the unit circle again with examples, and encouraged him to practice repeatedly drawing it so he can do so at the beginning of his next test. He got an A on his last quiz, so he is comfortable enough with basic trig calculations. He continues to be very comfortable with biology, and we briefly reviewed the main organelles of the cell.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Fort Worth, TX
Today our class focused on different types of food and restaurants. We looked at some menus and worked on specific vocabulary for ordering food and selecting things from a menu. It was a fun class as we learned all sorts of new vocabulary.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Fort Worth, TX
The student was continuing work on some involved mechanics problems dealing with work and energy, and energy conservation. It was difficult to keep up with all the details of the problems, but he fared pretty well.
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Tutoring review by Brian in Fort Worth, TX
The student had an assignment on macronutrient cycles: water, C, N, P. We discussed biotic and abiotic reservoirs and how inorganic molecules become bioavailable. We practiced searching text for information using key words from the question. He was able to find most answers on his own using this method. We made an outline of the ideas for a study sheet. We also updated the assignment log with upcoming tests.
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