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About Gretna

Gretna, NE, is a city with 4,400 residents. It is in the county of Sarpy in eastern Nebraska. The city is named after a small town called Gretna Green in south eastern Scotland, the hometown of many of the city's earliest settlers.

Gretna has one High School, Gretna High School, and is served by Gretna Public Schools District. A private Gretna tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Top colleges near Gretna are not out of your reach. Clarkson College is an amazing institution that ranks in the top 200 universities in the nation. The number one university to attend in the Midwest is Creighton University, which is a short 17 miles away from Gretna. A private Gretna tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course.

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Today we reviewed the unit circle and the shifting of equations (horizontally and vertically), as well as rules for logarithms and checking domains. We also reviewed in some detail the way that sine and cosine graphs are drawn and transformed based on the unit circle. Finally we discussed some factoring problems and I reminded Aidan of the algebraic method of solving complicated factoring problems. All in all, she caught on pretty quickly to most of what I taught her, as this was largely review for her. She is still struggling a bit to really internalize the way that subtracting values from the input of a function will shift the output of a function in the opposite direction but I think she is able to see it a little more clearly now than before we talked, because this was a significant focus of our session. She also wasn't quite sure about converting radians to degrees in situations where the radians lack a pi component. I explained to her that these situations were still handled normally (divide by pi radians, multiply by 180 degrees). On the way out the door I talked to her about FLOSS as a way to learn more about computing and reasoning in the long-term, which she seemed to find somewhat interesting. I offered to install a FLOSS operating system for dual-booting alongside Windows if she is interested in exploring higher technology in her free time. This practice greatly improves the abstract reasoning skills of everyone willing to try it, so I felt it was worth suggesting.
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We worked on the ANOVA table and review of how to determine what the null hypothesis is. The student has a good grasp of how to use the tables and different formulas.
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We continued to work on getting the student caught up. She is definitely picking up the material quickly, and just needs to continuously self motivate to follow-up on completing assigned catch up problems.
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The student and I worked on recording adjusting journal entries, creating an adjusted trial balance, income statement, closing journal entries, statement of retained earnings and balance sheet.
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During this session, I helped the student review the topics covered on upcoming test which were the basic skills involved in proof making. There were three main sections to the concepts. The first covered important properties of equalities that would be used as justification for proof statements. We would apply these properties first in the second section which dealt with algebraic proofs. These proofs were basically solving given equations for x and articulating why each step on the way to finding x is considered valid. To wrap up the review, we would apply the equality properties along with basic postulates such as segment/ angle addition to prove basic geometry proofs (like proving the congruence of given angles or segments). Regarding these topics, he has a good grasp on the concepts.
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Today we covered: writing the equation for a line given two points, solving exponential equations, and graphing exponential equations.
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