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About Matthews

Matthews, a suburban town in North Carolina, was named after an early settler, and it was incorporated in 1879. The history of Matthews spans long before this, and farmers first settled the region in the early 1800s. The town now has a population of around 27,000 people, and it is sister cities with Sainte-Maxime, France.

There are three secondary institutions in Matthews, and they are all managed by separate school districts. Perhaps the best one of these schools is Weddington High, which is administered by the Union County Public Schools District. Weddington has received a silver medal for its academics from US News and World Report, and it is one of the top 20 high schools in North Carolina. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Matthews is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.

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Tutoring review by Matthew in Matthews, NC
I continued to work on reducing fractions with the student and we practiced some division as well. He does have a good understanding of the problems and we are going to continue to work on and proceed to addition of fractions next week.
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Tutoring review by Luke in Matthews, NC
First we covered factoring quadratic polynomials when the quadratic term has an integral coefficient other than 1. I explained that we begin by preparing two sets of parentheses for the factors and choose the first factor of each parenthesis such that the product of those factors is the quadratic term of the original polynomial. We then label the unknown second factor of each parenthesis with a unique variable identifier. Subsequently, we multiply our factors together, which gives us a system of equations that can be solved using simple algebra. The student is fairly comfortable solving such systems of equations. We then addressed "annual interest compounded quarterly." I explained to her that the terminology here is quite misleading, since "annual interest compounded quarterly" does not equal the "annual interest" on a growing value. Instead, I explained, "annual interest rate compounded quarterly" means "four times the quarterly interest rate." I explained that this is represented algebraically by beginning with our normal annual interest formula and adding a new variable, n, which represents the number of times per year our initial value gains interest. I emphasized that when we are given a rate and the knowledge that interest will be compounded multiple times per year, we can rewrite (n * t) as (nt) and thereby extract the annual interest rate, a = (1 + r/n)n, from the above equation, leaving us with P(t) = P0 * at, which is of the same form as the normal annual interest rate equation. I think she could benefit from a little more practice grasping this concept; I will make sure she gets that practice on Wednesday. After the interest rate question, we solved a quadratic function similar to our first problem using the quadratic equation, and I showed her how she might have applied the methods of our first factoring problem to solve that function without the quadratic equation. We then clarified her understanding of solving and graphic linear inequalities. She grasped this quickly. Finally, we began chapter 6. I helped her more accurately graph points in three dimensions, and I explained how to understand whether she was supposed to be graphing a point or a plane. We practiced solving systems of equations in three dimensions. She correctly solved the given problems. We finished by brushing up on her understanding of logs and exponents. At this point, we had been working for quite awhile and agreed to finish our efforts at a later date.
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Tutoring review by Claire in Matthews, NC
The student and I spent the session creating a plan to help her keep on top of her school work and organize her notes. First, I suggested that she use a large binder to hold all her notes, and create subsections using dividers for each subject that also contains a folder. The folder will be a place for her to put all her non-hole punched notes at the end of class. Then at the end of every school day she should go through her notebook to place all the material she received that day into the notebook. I then suggested that she should create a 'title page' of all the material she went over that day and rewrite the notes into a condensed summary. She should also highlight any material she didn't understand so that she will remember to ask me or her teacher about the information. Finally we talked about test preparation. The key point to test prep is to do it ahead of time - be studying as you receive the information.
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Tutoring review by Sylvia in Matthews, NC
The student has an upcoming exam over probability. We covered everything on his study guide and reviewed additional problems. So far he is doing much better in his math classes.
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Tutoring review by Vinita in Matthews, NC
The student has a weekly packet we worked on today. 5/7: The student took a test and we worked on her take home part of the test today.
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Tutoring review by Sara in Matthews, NC
The student had a good session. She did not have a lot of homework, so we practiced some extra math. We worked on adding and subtracting with negative numbers some more. We also worked on her prefixes vocabulary list for an upcoming quiz. I think she has them well memorized. We went through the list and came up with example words to help her remember each word's meaning. She also helped me sign up for her remind app that sends her homework to my phone which will be very helpful to help me stay on top of her homework assignments. She is doing well, and I think it is going to be a good year for her!
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