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Kansas City, MO Microbiology tutoring
This session covered botany and focused on plant reproduction. We discussed the reproduction cycles of plants and the role of pollen that is everywhere right now. We also discussed how to identify plants and group them by several distinguishing features. We then looked into how plants create sugars for energy and how they split the water molecule with sunlight (photosynthesis). Next week we will look at specific examples of different plants as a mock test.
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We covered stoichiometry and Acid-base Chemistry. We briefly covered limiting reagents. The student had very specific homework questions that we went over together. She had a pretty good grasp on the concept she just needed a walk through and clarification on specific steps that she was missing. The student had a little difficulty distinguishing between a Bronsted acid and Bronsted base (gets the two confused a little). I gave her a tip on how to distinguish the two and I also gave her tips on balancing the reactions. She feels confident about her quiz tomorrow and feels that if she practices what we went over, she will do well.
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Kansas City, MO Microbiology tutoring
The student and I had our first session today, so we first took a look at her syllabus and formed a game plan for the rest of our sessions. We uploaded her slides and went through each slide together, discussing concepts that were confusing or ambiguous. The internet at her school was a little wacky, but other than that, the session was great. We are meeting again on Thursday to pick up where we left off.
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Kansas City, MO Microbiology tutoring
We reviewed buffers, acids, bases, and titration problems. The student was ready to learn today, and has gotten better at these problems on her own. We were able to go through most of her problems that she had trouble with. The student was struggling with when to use which equations the most.
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Kansas City, MO Microbiology tutoring
We reviewed angular momentum and rotational kinetic energy. We also reviewed a few of the torque problems that we didn't cover yesterday. I'm going to email her an alternate solution for one of the problems that might be more easily solved another way. She does seem to be understanding it and keeping up once everything is explained. She has a test on Thursday, so I'm hoping that she will do well.
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Kansas City, MO Microbiology tutoring
We spent some time on Le Chatelier's Principle, the basic of chemical equilibrium, and average rates of chemical reactions. We also spent a little bit of time talking about inverse functions, their graphs, and how to tell if they exist. The student was struggling the most with graphing inverse functions and determining average rates of appearance/disappearance given the other. She seemed completely lost on the rates of disappearance thing until I showed her how they are related to reaction stoichiometry and that sometimes just changing the units of a previous answer can provide the answer to subsequent questions. She got the hang of the inverse functions thing pretty quickly as soon as I pointed out that they can be treated and graphed just like any other function. I left her with the one lengthy example of a piecewise function that I shared with her. She has a math test coming up so hopefully during the next session I will hear some good news about that.
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