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Microbiology Tutoring review by Sophie in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we covered the synchronous sequence circuit and compared it with a combinational circuit. We learned how to draw a state diagram for a sequence detector. We drew state diagrams for detecting sequences of 010 and 0101 and detecting the even numbers of 1. We also constructed a state table for a machine to monitor two inputs when both of them change their states.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Kimberly in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we went over the study guide for the class' final chapters before the student's final exam. We went over population age structure graphs, where we discussed demography. Additionally, we looked at the differences between the J- shaped graph (exponential growth) and the s-curve for when a population reaches the carrying capacity. We also looked at food chains, food webs, biological hot spots, and different sustainability practices. She said she got a 92/100 on her last exam, which was very exciting. Overall, she seems to be understanding the material, and now, the tutoring sessions are helping her maximize her study time.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Brian in South Jordan, UT
It was great meeting you again yesterday! I think we reviewed some important concepts. Remember that when adding reactions together, you want to arrange all of your component reactions to cancel out any species that you don't have in your final desired reaction. This can be done by flipping the reactions or multiplying them. If the reactions are flipped, just negate the enthalpy, and if the reactions are multiplied, multiply the enthalpy by the same amount. It was great meeting you today, and best of luck on your exam tomorrow!
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Elizabeth in South Jordan, UT
Last night we went over example problems from Ch. 7 in the student's textbook, mainly covering electron energy states, orbitals, and wavelengths. Her course slides were fairly helpful, but I think additional resources will be needed. I am going to email her a few links today for review before our next session. By the end of the session, we had a better idea on how to describe the electron orbitals.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Hannah in South Jordan, UT
Last night's session went really well! Regarding chemistry, things are finally clicking for the student, which is great news! His class is continuing with quantum chemistry and dealing with energy levels. We worked on extra practice problems to hammer home what he is learning in class. In the second hour, we focused on algebra, focusing on prepping for his test on matrices. We worked on some areas that he felt less confident in as well as challenging problems from his review packet. Keep up the good work!
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Microbiology Tutoring review by David in South Jordan, UT
Last Tuesday, the student and I went over practice problems for his upcoming test on two dimensional motion. The biggest suggestion I would make for approaching these problems is (1) consider your x and y planes, (2) for each, write down acceleration, distance travelled, initial velocity, and time, (3) use one of the planes to solve for time, and (4) apply time to the second plane.
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