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Microbiology Tutoring review by Sierra in Portage, IN
I had a great session with the student today. We did some more intensive review of the biomolecules by watching videos, reading text, writing down info he had already known, and taking quizzes. He is showing mastery of the subject. I learned that he had done well on his lab and better than other students. That makes me very proud to know that he is learning and understanding the material. We went ahead in his textbook and covered ecosystem ecology, talking about producers vs. consumers vs. decomposers, heterotrophs vs. autotrophs, and the food web. We saw a video that did a fantastic breakdown of all the terms. I am not concerned that the student will master this material as well.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Blas in Portage, IN
I help the student with the coding system. How to convert decimal numbers to binary, base 2, base 8 and base 16, and hexadecimal. The questions were straightforward and he had a good understanding of the subject so the session was very simple. We reviewed a quiz he took previously and answered all of his questions.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Nicholas in Portage, IN
I helped her complete her lab (emission spectra), and we reviewed for the test on Tuesday. Concepts covered include emission and absorption spectra; energy of photons and how to find the wavelength, frequency, and number of photons of a beam with specific energy; definitions of fusion and fission; nuclear decay including alpha, beta, gamma, and positron emission; quantum numbers and their meanings and consequences; electron configurations; orbitals, shells, and electron positions; Bohr's atomic model; and the quantum atomic model. She did exceptionally well today, and I am confident she will pass her test with good marks.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Sophia in Portage, IN
I helped her prepare for a physics test tomorrow. We worked through a practice test she was given by her teacher and covered position vs. velocity vs. acceleration and the definitions of displacement and distance traveled. We also looked at what position vs. time graphs mean and how to solve equations using the average velocity and average acceleration equations. The session went well overall, and she should be ready for her test tomorrow.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Niranjan in Portage, IN
I helped the student understand how to do conversions, scientific notation, and significant figures. I helped her review some of her homework. I gave her detailed step by step instructions, which we used to practice multiple problems until she understood the process fairly well. She will try to complete her homework packet using the knowledge she gained during our session.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Katherine in Portage, IN
I helped the student with electron configuration. She had to do the first 36 elements, and had missed the lecture. We also covered Hund's rule (each degenerate orbital gets an electron before any pair up, and they always have the same spin), and the Aufbau principle (fill from the bottom). I showed her how to read across the periodic table to get the electron configuration, warned her that the d orbitals are for 1 shell lower than the row number, and showed her how chromium and copper "steal" an electron from the s orbital in order to fill the d orbitals (half full for chromium and completely full for copper).
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