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## Session Summaries by Pre-Calculus Tutors

We reviewed polar coordinates, vectors (and orthogonal vectors), the intersection of two functions, and logarithmic and exponential functions. The student is still struggling with logarithmic and exponential functions. We will continue to work on this next session.
We reviewed questions from the midterm review packet. We covered the double angle and half angle formulas, the law of sines and law of cosines, directional bearing, vectors, magnitude and direction of vectors, and finding the trigonometric form of complex numbers.
We reviewed sinusoids and trigonometric function word problems. The student and I reviewed finding the phase shift with the given table. The student was very engaged in the work. The problems were very rigorous. The student did well.
We reviewed the laws of logarithms. After drilling classroom problems while taking note of the rules during the process, the student was solving problems much more easily. He seems to understand everything very well now!
We reviewed the student's assessment review because she has a test tomorrow. She had about 6-7 questions that we worked through, including completing a triangle, using law of sines, using law of cosines, finding the area of triangles and trapezoids, and lastly, finding the inverse of trigonometric ratios.
We reviewed the student's Chapter 7 material for her final tomorrow. Mostly, it was review and recap and going over some problems that she had missed while studying. We went over proving trig identities, using double angle formulas, lowering exponent formulas, and some other identities. I am very confident that she will do well on her exam tomorrow because she has done very well on her previous exams that are the areas that will be most heavily covered on the test.