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Microbiology Tutoring review by Stephen in Vancouver, WA
We covered several topics related to Electromagnetism (EM) including: Coulomb's law, dipoles, moving a charge through an electric field, relationship between voltage and electric field, and Gauss' law. We also discussed a few relevant vector calculus concepts including: gradient, divergence, and curl. The student had several questions about his assigned problems that we were able to work through until he had a sufficient understanding. Most of his concerns were related to explaining the formulas required to reach the solutions. I drew several pictures, stressing the importance of visuals to gain a better understanding of the problems, and highlighted some formulas that are very important. He has a midterm very soon and hopefully his improved understanding of the EM formulas will help him get a high score.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Chrysa in Vancouver, WA
Today we covered stoichiometry, naming ionic compounds, enthalpies of formation, bonds and reactions, as well as heating curves. The student seems to have a good understanding of the material and can assimilate new information quickly but needs to catch up; the best way to do this would be by solving practice problems. She was struggling with the more difficult stoichiometry problems at first, but by the end of the session she was able to solve them correctly!
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Shirley in Vancouver, WA
Today the student and I studied together for his chemistry midterm next week. We mostly focused on concentrations of aqueous solutions, dilutions, and calculations involving gas laws. First, I picked several problems from the back of the book, from easy to hard, for him to do. We went over topics of concentrations, which is using molarity to find moles or volumes, and using moles/ volumes to find molarity. Then, we looked at dilutions, M1V1=M2V2, and moved on to gases. For ages, we started with doing problems involving each of the individual gas laws--Boyle's, Charles', and Avogadro's. Then we moved on to problems involving the ideal gas law, PV=nRT, keeping in mind of the different units that the constant, R, may have, and how that would affect the answers and the units of the other variables in the equation. After that, we did a few problems involving gas density, using again the formula d=PM/RT. We then worked on gas stoichiometry and finding root-mean-square speeds of gases. After the student completed the book problems, we moved on to him working on his homework for gases, in which limiting reagents were involved for gas stoichiometry. Overall, this was a good session and I know that the student grasped the material really well.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Edward in Vancouver, WA
We covered projectile motion, both with an initial velocity at an angle at without an angle. We learned how to find the components of a vector, and overall progress improved a lot. We worked through two worksheets, and left another to finish independently.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Simone in Vancouver, WA
The student and I reviewed the last chapter of membrane structure/function and went through the PowerPoint from class. We also did a practice quiz for her upcoming test. There were questions on amino acids and side chain interactions. I also gave her a bullet point list of things she needs to make sure she knows for her upcoming test. Some of these were specific items (i.e. know which monomer makes up each of the polymers; know where each organelle is located in the cell) and others were more vague (i.e. review osmosis problems).
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Microbiology Tutoring review by William in Vancouver, WA
Yesterday, I helped the boys study for their biology test on Friday, which included organs of the body and the reproductive system. They showed maturity and curiosity about the subject which was great. We then went over a grammar worksheet, which included who vs. whom and finding sentences that are out of sequence. We will finish that worksheet and study more for the test on Thursday.
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