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About New Albany

New Albany, Ohio, is located just northeast of the capital city of Columbus. Founded in 1837, New Albany is now home to almost 8,000 people. The city is ranked 12th in the state for wealthy communities, as the per capita income is just over $62,000. The city is situated at the head of the Rocky Fork Creek, and a branch of the creek flows throughout the city.

The New Albany-Plain Local School District serves the city and the surrounding area. New Albany High School has been nationally recognized as a School of Excellence by the Blue Ribbon Schools program. There are nearly 40 different colleges and universities within 50 miles of New Albany. Many are located in nearby Columbus, Ohio, such as Otterbein University, National College-Columbus, and Ohio Business College-Columbus. If you plan on attending a college or university in the area, you might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of New Albany tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction. New Albany, OH, tutoring and test prep might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Hanna in New Albany, OH
Today we covered rounding quotients, multiplication and division expressions, and vocabulary cards. The student is progressing well.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in New Albany, OH
During this session, we began exam review for the student. In math we did practice exercises in both algebra and geometry. In algebra, we worked to solve and graph equations. In geometry, we practiced with lines, angles, and triangles. Next, we turned to language arts and discussed the books that he has read this year, focusing on the central themes, symbols, and characters. We touched briefly on American history events from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s.
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Tutoring review by John in New Albany, OH
On Thursday, we covered the basics of power functions. On Sunday, we reviewed for a quiz that would cover the last two concepts: quadratic function application and power functions. We first defined the power functions and learned how to recognize one by analyzing the function equation form. We saw that two parameters determined the uniqueness of a power function: the constant of variation (k) and the power (a). We also defined a special class of power functions: the monomial function. This class of functions have an additional restriction places of the power (a). A must be a positive integer. The next skill on which we worked was the translation of verbal/written statements to power functions equations. We focused on the words "varies," "proportional," "direct," and "inversely," Next, we graphed typical examples of power functions and described them using domain/ range, end behavior, asymptotes, bounds, etc. We saw that power functions exhibited four general shapes, depending of the value of the power (a). We also noticed the effect of the sign of the constant of variation. The last skill learned regarding power functions had to do with the generation of a unique power function equation from a written description and a given function value, independent variable value pair. We saw that we could determine the value of "a" from the description and worked on the method used to find "k" for the value pair. The student seemed to pick these skills up quickly. For the rest of the Sunday session, we practiced question types that I thought would be present on his next quiz. Power function questions should not be a problem. Quadratic function problems shouldn't either if he practices interpreting the results.
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Tutoring review by John in New Albany, OH
During this session, chemical reactions and formulas were reviewed by going over a textbook online worksheet. Dimensional analysis was also reviewed covering molar mass, Avogadro's numbers, and moles by completing workbook pages in chapter 10.
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Tutoring review by Janiece in New Albany, OH
The student had to solve a problem for x. However, she was not instructed to do so algebraically. I assisted her with in solving the problem the ways she was instructed. Afterwards, I showed her how to solve it algebraically. We also worked on inequalities.
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Tutoring review by Jeffrey in New Albany, OH
We covered some very difficult sequences and series problems. The key is usually finding a pattern, however, these problems proved to be particularly difficult. We will continue to go over them at our next session.
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