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Gainesville is the county seat of Hall County in Georgia. It is home to a large number of poultry processing plants, earning the city the nickname "Poultry Capital of the World." In the early 1800s, the city was established by European-American settlers as Mule Camp Springs. It was renamed in 1821 as Gainesville in honor of General Edmund P. Gaines, who fought in the War of 1812.

The community is primarily served by the Gainesville City School District, though some students may be enrolled in Hall County School District. You can also enroll in one of the three private educational facilities. Lakeview Academy is a private college preparatory institution. In-home or online private tutoring in Gainesville, GA, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools. Private tutors in Gainesville can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. You can apply for public and private colleges. Brenau University is a private university for graduate and undergraduate students alike. If you are worried about getting into the top school of your choice, online tutoring in Gainesville is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.

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We covered logarithmic and exponential functions and their properties, including the product property, quotient property, change of base formula, and inverse property of logarithmic and exponential functions. It will be key for the student going forward to practice math often and regularly to perform well on her exams. She is understanding the material well and does her work thoroughly and accurately.
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The student's final is tomorrow, so we studied all the topics that will be covered. Her teacher gave her a formula sheet that she can use on the test, so we went over that and did some sample problems. We focused on area, volume, and circles. But we also went back and reviewed the quadratic formula.
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We covered GCF, factoring, and how to change radicals into fractional exponents. She was struggling most with not paying close attention to the problem and making small mistakes as a result. She was determined to learn the rules and complete the examples correctly. I showed her three ways to factor and how to use flashcards to her advantage. I did not leave her with additional work or see any grades. Wins from this session were that she remembered the concepts I taught her last session and used that knowledge to solve problems from yesterday's session.
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The student had an exam on functions and defining the domain, range, and creating graphs. He used the two hours to review all topics that were to be covered on the exam, as well as very thoroughly practicing on the most difficult topics to understand. He felt comfortable after the two hour session, and there will be a follow up phone call on Sunday night to go over his exam.
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The student finished the homework and started the chapter review for the first chapter of calculus. The last homework covered infinite limits and limits of rational functions. The chapter review covered limits, continuity, removable and nonremovable discontinuities, continuity of piecewise functions, and the intermediate value theorem.
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The student and I reviewed for his upcoming Unit II Test. We specifically worked on these types of problems: Properties of numbers, Identities, Order of Operations, Solving Multi-step equations, Special Equations, Fractional Equations & Literal Equations. Most of our time was spent practicing literal equations. These are general algebraic equations, but instead of having numbers and one variable, the equation is made up entirely of letters. He let me know that he felt like he has been playing a bit of catch up in regards to this part of the course material. We went over some of the practice problems from his worksheet, and I also gave him additional questions to practice. He seemed to quickly grasp the concepts of using letters in the same fashion that one would use numbers when solving algebraic equations. Some tips for the equations that I stressed are whatever you do to one side do to the other. Specifically, that when you add to one side you must add to the other, and show this by using an addition side rather than placing the added value next to the other value using a multiplication symbol. I am very excited to be working with him; he seems to have a lot of intrinsic motivation to succeed in his class and has a very sharp mind. I am looking forward to our next session!
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