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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
The student had another assignment on work and energy. There were a few simple problems that just focused on work or one type of energy, but then we got into the problems that put it all together. I showed her two different ways to set up the problems, and she used them each time. By the end I think she really got the hang of it. We also worked a few problems on power, which were pretty easy. Lastly, we worked some problems from an old final I brought. They're really hard problems, but she did pretty well. She got the concepts right away and with only a little help ended up with the right answers.
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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
Fluids. Distribution of pressure with depth, total pressure versus gauge pressure, buoyancy, use of buoyancy (balance of forces) to determine density; Archimedes' principle, transmission of pressure in a closed system.
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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
Today we covered harmonic motion. We started by reviewing lecture notes, which started by covering different types of contact forces, stress, strain, and shear forces. From there we went to springs and oscillatory motion. We discussed methods for determining different variables based on conservation of energy of spring and pendulum systems.
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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
We reviewed homework problems related to the RLC circuit. She was able to work simple RC and LC circuit problems without assistance.
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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
Looked over chapter 1 and revisited topics in preparation for the final. Thought about forces in a conceptual way to promote lasting knowledge of topics. Reviewed past exam. Explored homework problems for rotational momentum and inertia, conservation of rotational momentum and energy.
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Evanston, IL Physics tutoring
We went through problems from the student's review test that covered matter, temperature/heat and waves/sound. Most of the problems involved identifying an equation on the equation list and plugging in known constants and values from the problem. We also covered a few multiple choice conceptual problems which required understanding how to manipulate equations conceptually. The key to these types of problems is to identify an equation to use, choose known values, and then solve for your unknown.
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