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Students who are studying physics in high school or who are pursuing a science major in college are expected to run the gauntlet of electromagnetism. Whereas classical (Newtonian) mechanics deals with the macroscopic motion of uncharged matter caused by applied forces and gravity, electromagnetism deals with the behavior of charged particles in electromagnetic fields, and includes subtopics such as electrostatics and circuitry. While classical mechanics and electromagnetism are often taught as units in a single introductory physics course, making sense of each branch of the subject requires a unique perspective. The phenomena treated in classical mechanics are often directly observable with the naked eye, but this is rarely the case with electromagnetic phenomena, of which we can only observe the effects, as is the case with instances of static cling, the movement of compass needles, whether a circuit functions, and so on. Electromagnetism presents these challenges of abstraction along with the typical challenges offered by a physics class, involving numerous complex equations that need to be adapted and rearranged specifically for each scenario presented. Given this, its no wonder that students who did well in classical mechanics can encounter real difficulty when adapting their skills to the world of electromagnetism. Fortunately, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with electromagnetism tutoring to provide you with the assistance you need to make sense of this important subject.

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We Studied Protists Plant-like Protists (algae) Animal-like (protozoans) Fungi-like (slime molds) We classified them based on their nutrition and motility We studied for the student quiz on Friday and went over his quiz from last week in which he got an 80%
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Online Electromagnetism Tutoring review by Gina
The student and I worked on online exercises about evolution. Most of the questions pertained to natural selection, mechanisms of evolution, and evidence for evolution. The student had no difficulty with the majority of the exercises. The student's score was a 59/54. Next, we went over the student's lab for the week and generated a hypothesis for her lab report.
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Online Electromagnetism Tutoring review by Alexandra
The student and I started the session reviewing the specifics of macromolecules (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates/sugars along with a brief section on DNA) that we had covered in the past. The student understood the material very well and would answer questions I had about the material promptly and with confidence; he would even correct himself without my guidance when he started to answer incorrectly. We continued past this review to go over his current class material on the cardiovascular system, which looked more in detail at the heart and blood vessels. At the end, I gave the student the assignment of making flashcards for new "vocab" terms and working on his organizational skills by organizing his class materials/backpack.
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Online Electromagnetism Tutoring review by Emil
Today the student and I began our discussion of human anatomy and physiology. Specifically, we worked on an assignment that focused on the basics of the human respiratory system and the effects that environmental pollutants have on our respiration. The assignment was fairly straightforward and he did not have any major problems. We also looked at the human ear and the important functions of the Eustachian tubes. Overall, it was a productive session.
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We covered gel electrophoresis, mRNA splicing, and polyadenylation. We examined RNAPII and mRNA transcription in the nucleus, noting the various subunits that comprise this polymerase and the role of serines in the CTD tail. The chemical structure, charge, and reactivity of the phosphate group was discussed in great detail, including its role in nucleotide phosphodiester bonds.
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