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Washington, WA Trigonometry tutoring
We reviewed basic subtraction, division, and multiplication. We went on to talk about prime numbers and divisibility. She was left with some vocabulary words to look up such as multiple, factors and etc., which we will go over next time. She also was able to do 24 subtraction problems in 2 minutes as opposed to a few weeks ago when she only did 20.
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Student 1 was having a test the next day, so we reviewed all of Chapter 1, with particular attention to areas he had a harder time with: mental math and order of operations with exponents. He makes some computational errors but has a good grasp of the concepts. Student 2 had homework which was completed during our session, we also reviewed his Chapter 1 and began to look ahead at conjectures.
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Washington, WA Trigonometry tutoring
The student had several graded math papers that she and I went over today. She didn't score as well as she would have liked, so we worked on the problems that she missed. Place value, writing numbers in standard form and expanded form were the main topics. Madeline had some difficulty with writing decimal numbers in standard form. For example, for "twenty-seven and seventeen thousandths", she wrote 27.17. So she and I went over decimal place value. We then went into problems like: 3,000,000 + 40,000 + 2,000 + 40. For a problem like this, she had to write in standard form. She had some difficulty with this. I encouraged her to use dashes: _ , _ _ _ , _ _ _ . Once the dashes are down, then simply fill in the dashes with the correct digit. This really seemed to help her.
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Washington, WA Trigonometry tutoring
Today we spent most of the day working on exponents and incorporating multiplication tables into functions. The student seemed to pick up this quicker than most mathematical processes. We finished up by reading 2 chapters of James and the Giant Peach.
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Washington, WA Trigonometry tutoring
Covered calculus covering numerical analysis. Discussed bisection method, fixed point method, Newton's method and Secant method. Student needs work on differential calculus, appeared to understand more near end of session.
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Washington, WA Trigonometry tutoring
The student has a take-home test starting this Thursday, so we went over the concepts that the test will be covering. These concepts include trig identities (all 6), algebraic manipulation of said trig identities, and problem solving using these trig identities. Some of these problems also utilized some function graphing/sketching from his last semester, so we did a quick review as well. We also covered function composition and domain structures of composite functions, such as f(g(x)). This was something that he seemed to pick up fairly quickly. I ended the session by instructing him to become more familiar with trig identities. He still wants to mentally map out what sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), etc., mean in his head, but this needs to be more familiar in order to solve these problems more efficiently. He should instantly be able to see sin(30) and output 1/2. This will come through doing more problems, so I'm not too worried about his aptitude.
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