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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
Introduction to electrostatics. We reviewed behavior of charged particles i.e. opposites attract, like repel. We also discussed different ways to charge objects ex: conduction, induction, etc. We then went over Coulomb's Law and how changes to charge or distance between the charges affect the force between the charges. The student had a great grasp on the directly proportional relationships of charge to force and the inversely exponential relationship of distance to force, and how the sign of the force could be used to guess its direction. We worked through homework that covered solving for the variables of Coulomb's Law which he was very successful in working through.
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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
Tonight went remarkably better. She seems to understand the concept of unbalanced forces in a system better than the other day. The content is still very difficult for her and so she would like to meet again on Thursday before she retakes her test on Friday. Tonight we focused on drawing Freebody Diagrams and properly putting the information into Newton's Second Law. We also focused on using the information found from the Second Law to solve for other pieces of information related to motion. We reviewed one of her test problems and the other we got about a quarter of the way in and she decided it was too challenging. We then backtracked to problems that were similar to the challenging problem, but not as difficult. She said that she understood these problems better. I'm sure that with another session she will be able to meet her goal of a 2/3 on this type of problem.
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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
The student is preparing for her Final & AP Exam, so we are covering all sections and focusing all levels of comprehension. She has good intuition about how the physical world works. We covered many areas giving her a question. She really has a clearer understanding of, specifically, circuits and wave theory.
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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
We continued working on problems from previous AP Chemistry exams. These problems focused on the need to develop empirical and molecular formulae and balanced equations, in order to proceed with answering the problems.
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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
We began with math today. The student had a question about finding the equation of a circle given its area. I advised her to think about what components she needed to write this equation and which she already had. This is a good strategy for math problems in general because whatever is missing is what she should set out to find. As she had area and needed the radius to put into the equation, she simply needed to use A = (pi)r^2. I then looked over her work on ellipses. She had gotten most of the problems correct, but needs to be careful to use a^2 and b^2 in the formula to find the foci, rather than just a and b. After this we went over her chemistry lab. She did fine on the section asking her to estimate the pH of substances using indicator strips. For acid-base reactions she needs to be sure to keep track of the charges of the ions in the salt that is formed to determine which will accept the H+ proton and which will accept the OH- ion. Finally we went over some problems to determine why the reactions would yield acids with different pH levels. I told her she should write balanced equations first to see what happens. As the molarity was the same in all the reactions, the difference came from the ratio of the number of molecules formed of the acid and of the base. Since balancing the equation changes the number of molecules formed, it changes the ratio of amount of the acid to amount of the base, and therefore the pH concentration.
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Johns Creek, GA Microbiology tutoring
Today was our first session, so we talked a bit about where the student was in her studies and what was confusing her. We then decided to go over her practice exam for her test on Tuesday. I don't think she has trouble understanding the concepts, there is just a lot of new information that she has to review. We will continue to go over the exam on Monday.
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