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The student and I had a very good session on Friday. We did a substantial amount of review of topics that had been covered previously that he was still struggling a bit with. In particular, we emphasized the use of negative and fractional exponents to derive certain functions and use of the chain and product rules to do implicit differentiation. These are two topics that I have been concerned about for awhile, and I felt he demonstrated a clearer understanding of them during this session than any time previously. So, I felt this session was a big win! I will plan to see him again during our regular session this coming Tuesday. If his course has covered new topics by then, we can go over those, and if not, we can spend some time continuing to review difficult topics ahead of the final exam and discussing upcoming topics.
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The student and I reviewed for her final exam. We discussed significant figures, scientific notation, unit conversion within the metric system, percent composition/fraction of an element in a compound, atomic mass and atomic number relating to the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons, stoichiometry, dilution with change in molarity, limiting reactant, acid-base neutralization, precipitation reactions, solubility rules, nomenclature of ionic and covalent compounds, oxidation number, and redox reaction with reducing and oxidizing agents.
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In this session, we covered the approach and the assumptions governing equations of motion. In general, she has no problem understanding the selection process for equations of motion. We reviewed the quadratic equation and how it relates to parabolic trajectories. We worked through 7 homework problems from the book and class notes.
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More on networks, trees, other fun stuff. We worked on the homework from chapter 6. We also looked at the properties of numbers of edges and vertices for instance it can only be a tree if it has n vertices and n-1 edges.
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Today we covered a more in depth analysis of "The Miller's Tale", where we discussed which essay topic the student would like to write about. We discussed which topic would play best to his strengths as a writer and which topic he felt the most interested in and excited about. Once we picked the topic, we went through and outlined key ideas and quotes that would be useful evidence to prove his thesis. We also went over ideas for his thesis topic such as "being true to one's self." He got a very good grade on his latest vocabulary test and said he was contributing more in class and seems to have a firm grasp of the story.
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The student and I completed our fourth session today. We began with a review of expressions and vocabulary terms we've been practicing in our past sessions, and engaged in short conversation. I provided corrections when necessary, and we focused on answering with the appropriate subject pronoun and verb ending. We then finished reviewing the uses of "ser" and went over numbers and how to tell time. We went over how to talk about specific and nonspecific events, and how to say a.m., p.m., and how to talk about events that happen in the morning, afternoon, and evening/night. We will now move on to cover the verb "estar," and study how it's different from the verb "ser."
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