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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Rainier in Sandy, UT
We specifically covered sound resonance with different frequencies for both open and one-closed-end pipes and shock waves. The student did well with shock waves and determining if objects were an open-ended or closed-end pipe/ tube. Her attitude towards the material and session were great as always. I included the usual tips and tricks of maximizing her time and solving problems more efficiently. She got an A on her last quiz so she is definitely learning and improving.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Siddharth in Sandy, UT
In two different sessions, we went over series vs parallel circuits. We did some test prep the student had, and then looked in the textbook for challenging problems. Once understanding that current is constant in series, and voltage constant in parallel, she was able to answer these questions.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Jessica in Sandy, UT
During this session, we reviewed dilutions and molarity for the student's quiz. The session went well.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Sandy, UT
We focused on simplifying rational expressions. We went through factoring both the numerator and denominator to see if there are any terms that can cancel when we multiply or divide two rational expressions. We also practiced finding the least common denominator of two rational expressions by factoring the denominators in order to add or subtract them. We made sure to relate adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions to the same techniques used to work with simple fractions. Lastly, we reviewed some of the most recent topics in physics. We reviewed momentum, impulse, and collisions as well as rotational motion. The student is doing well applying our previous rules for working with fractions to working with rational functions and combining with the techniques we used to sketch the graphs.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Bruce in Sandy, UT
We covered electrochemical concepts and exam questions, including writing half reactions for oxidation and reduction equations; calculating cell voltages from tabulated data; ranking relative strengths of reductants and oxidants; calculating cell voltages from thermodynamics and the reverse, calculating thermodynamic data from cell voltages; determining cell voltages under non-ideal conditions; and evaluating products of electrolysis.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by LaDawn in Sandy, UT
When went over buffer solutions, Henderson-Hasselbalch equations, and weak and strong acid/ base titrations. The student needed help with knowing when to use moles vs molarity and how to know which species dictates the pH of a solution. We went over those concepts in depth. He is very strong in algebra so it made it easier for him to follow along and understand the progression of each problem. We did several practice problems and reactions where he had to calculate the pH or fill in the ICE table. He has homework from his teacher that further supports what we went over. There were 4-5 problems he got wrong initially, but he corrected them all by the end of the lesson. I feel like he better understands how to use the ICE table and find pH from it in various situations.
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