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Tutoring review by Henry in The University of Utah, UT
Asking about how someone is doing and getting directions; Pronunciation exercises; Numbers 20 through 100; Introduction to Austrian German; Vocabulary building and pronunciation through music.
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Tutoring review by Christian in The University of Utah, UT
Today we focused on fractions, ratios, and how the two are related to decimals and percentages. I am very impressed with the student's poise and continued improvement. His mother stated that the last graphic organizer that I provided him with which listed the steps when solving inequalities really helped him. I will be providing him with another graphic organizer so that he can see how to convert decimals into fractions/ percentages and the necessary steps.
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Tutoring review by Cedric in The University of Utah, UT
We covered angle bisectors and perpendicular bisector concepts. There was focus on circumcenters and intercenter that highlighted the intersections of point in reference to an inscribed circle versus a triangle that was inscribed in the circle. We discussed the relationship of points to the these center baselines. We also covered conditional statements and converse statements to understand the relationship of comparisons. We finally ended with an introduction to geometric proofs, and understanding the organization between how to setup the information.
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Tutoring review by Sienna in The University of Utah, UT
During this session, the student and I were reviewing Algebra II topics from her review packet. She had a good attitude toward the material. She seemed to recall most topics well with a quick review, but I am a bit concerned that she may still be shaky on inequalities with absolute values, factoring special cases, and graphical representations of functions.
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Tutoring review by Ian in The University of Utah, UT
Continued review for placement test. The student needs help with the concept of certain functions, but he did well with other material. Again, he does a great job of showing his work, which is really beneficial. He should review the packet, including the material we covered last week.
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Tutoring review by Channah in The University of Utah, UT
Tonight we finished studying for the student's chapter 4 test. He understood how to work with i and complete squares, but he was struggling with putting more complex equations into vertex form. After practicing a few times, he got the hang of it. He is still a little weak with word problems, but he understands when we walk through them together.
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