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[COVERED]: We began with Basic Physics. We defined Forces, then launched in to Newton's First Law. I emphasized how to recognize a constant velocity situation. We then moved on to the Second Law. We spent a considerable time there, using it as a model to discuss how to study equations (by semantics, units, zero, and variable-relation analysis) and vectors in formulas. We discussed vectors in detail, defining them as pointing to the ends of axes, vector negation, vector scaling, vector translation, and component vectors. We began to discuss trig. We then came back to 2nd law and how to apply it to free-body diagrams, and how that understanding of motion could be broken down by perpendicular directions of motion. We then moved on to the 3rd law. We discussed the verbal cues that let you know the values of kinematics variables. We discussed the normal force: its direction and generation. [EXTRA PRACTICE]: I assigned Chapter 1 and associated test prep remedial problems for the weekend. I told her to read the website on Friction. I didn't want her to get too confused, so I told her NOT to read up on physical energetics. The next session, we will discuss Friction, Inclined Planes, and Work.
The student and I had our final day of tutoring with Test #2 from the test prep series. She takes the MCAT on Friday, and I am confident that she will do well in this section.
We reviewed the difference between displacement and distance traveled. We then went over projectile motion, the equations that go along with that, and setting positive and negative directions. Afterwards we began covering mechanics, simple force equations, and Newton's law of gravitation and problems that go along with them. It was a good session.