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The student and I went over more problems on his review sheet preparing him for his exam tomorrow. He had some questions about projectile motion in two dimensions, like when do you use each formula. I explained that to him and he grasped the concept. We also covered frictional force problems, including calculating the coefficient of friction and gravitational attraction between two bodies. The student was very upbeat and is confident going into tomorrow's exam. I will contact his mom to schedule the next session and to find out what grade he got on his exam.
The student and I went over more test review problems. We spent a good amount of time on visualizing magnetic fields around wires, and then on the relationship between electric field and potential. He seems much more confident with that relationship after spending some time talking about parallel plate capacitors. We finished with talking about the velocity selector. For next time, I asked him to finish a problem we started regarding comparing the fields at two different points, in order to find the current producing them.
The student and I went over more torque problems, and reviewed the practice for his test tomorrow. We worked on identifying the torques and writing out the sum of the torques. We also went over the conservation of energy of a rotating object. The initial energy = the energy final as before; however, the kinetic energy can be either due to translational motion or rotational motion. If it is due to rotation, then the KE is 1/2 I omega^2.
The student and I went over nomenclature for chemical identification purposes, polyatomic ions, and finding oxidation numbers. We worked on several practice problems. I think she has a lot of potential for success in chemistry.
The student and I went over old exams and quizzes to prepare for her final exam this week. She has a good grasp of the material, and needs to make use of all the time allotted for the final to check for wording and other pitfalls.
The student and I went over orbitals and how they relate to electrons. He expressed confidence in the theory and concepts of orbitals, and the actual writing of electron configurations.