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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
During today's session we worked on topics to prepare the student for her upcoming test. These topics included organic functional groups and their nomenclature as well as redox reactions. We spent most of the session reviewing the various types of organic functional groups. We went through many examples from her practice worksheets that focused on how to name a given compound. We worked on a strategy that she picked up on very quickly and felt confident with by the end. At this point she just needs to continue practicing to memorize the identifying features of each functional group and their corresponding prefix/suffix. We then worked on reviewing redox reactions. We spent a lot of time the last time we met on redox reactions, so she was much more comfortable with this subject to begin with. She did well when we worked on a few half reaction balancing problems. I then showed her how to balance these reactions in a basic environment (most redox reactions assume an acidic environment). We also talked about the best strategy for identifying whether or not a reaction is a redox reaction or not.
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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
We focused on conservation of energy, as well as tension and centripetal acceleration. The student continues to show progress in understanding physics.
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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
We covered unit 2.4, which included molar mass, mole conversion, and % composition. We collectively answered every question. She has a quiz this week, but it is on 2.3 material and she feels confident with it.
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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
The student and I talked about difficulties she ran into on her last quiz. We discussed the importance of reading questions carefully and knowing exactly what quantity the problem is asking for.
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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
We went over the student's problem set and first practice test in this session. We did her first practice test review as well. She had done it on her own and had really done remarkably well, especially for not knowing parts of the material and for being so early in the studying schedule. She was able to figure out most problems with minimal intervention, and it was great to see how far she's progressed. We talked through the theory behind some of the problems which was helpful for her. We also discussed another problem from the problem set, and how she could extrapolate what we had worked on from mixture/ ICE problems for that one. I think she is progressing well as long as she continues to study and keeps her confidence high.
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Norfolk, VA Physiology tutoring
Today we first went over the homework from class which, included questions about motion. Based on the graphs drawn, we calculated the position and the velocity. First homework was based on the graph velocity versus time. Here, the instantaneous acceleration was the slope of the graph at any given point, and the average acceleration was simply the final velocity minus initial velocity divided by total time taken. Second homework included a graph of acceleration vs time, where three time periods were given, and each had a constant acceleration, including zero acceleration in the middle. Here, formula for velocity and formula for displacement as a function of time, initial velocity and acceleration were used. Finally, we went over the test results. The test was very difficult, and long, but the student did really well on the free body diagrams, and did well on connecting net force with the acceleration. To improve the score on the future tests, we suggested working with more and more diverse homework exercises, and getting more consistent help from the tutor.
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