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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Roy in Provo, UT
During this session, we went over some problems that the student had been struggling with. These problems focused on polyprotic acid systems, the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, as well as the dependence of Ksp on pH. I worked through these problems step by step with him, referencing examples and equations from the book so he could find them in the future. I explained how to approach each problem and what assumptions we can make depending on the state of the chemical system. After simplifying the approach to these problems, he found each problem much simpler and much clearer as to what is happening in the problem. We will meet again after the break to continue reviewing acid/base and EDTA titrations.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Hovig in Provo, UT
The student is improving with the material. He has put in the work outside of our tutoring sessions, and it definitely shows. We went over springs and mechanical energy today and touched up on pendulums. He is able to move through equations much faster and is able to apply the concepts to higher difficulty questions.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Anthony in Provo, UT
We covered different concepts of optical mineralogy today. We covered mostly biaxial minerals and their properties, but also uniaxial minerals too. The student seems very comfortable with this material. I gave him a few resources to check out to learn more about the properties of minerals. I think that he's going to do well on the test.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by George in Provo, UT
The student and I covered material he is expecting to see in his upcoming lectures, and he did very well to get ahead of the game. We primarily covered plant transport and the water potential equation. He was showing a better understanding of the material as the session progressed, and I feel he has a firm grasp now. He was able to answer most of my questions easily, and if he struggled, he worked through the question to arrive at the answer. I think these sessions can be very helpful for him to use as preparation for the actual class, so he can stay one step (or more) ahead, and by test time be very prepared. Overall, the session was very productive, and he showed he has all the potential to ace Biology and succeed on the AP exam.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Luke in Provo, UT
We reviewed all of the postulates and theorems for triangles ahead of the student's test. She is much more comfortable with these (such as SSS and SAS) than she had been with the parallel lines previously. Using the triangles, the parallel lines now seem to click more.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Manuel in Provo, UT
Review towards the student's big exam next Wednesday continues. This time we were able to get through the first two chapters of thermo given that the session before we spent it reviewing engines and cycles and the role of entropy in the 2nd law of thermo. The great thing is that she has over a week to keep studying and she is already in an excellent place to begin doing review questions for any topic she will get tested on. On Sunday we will review the questions and fill in any remaining holes in her understanding of heat energy and Boyle's law.
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