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Physics Tutoring review by Edward in Bloomington, MN
The student and I discussed rotational motion. He really gets it, like REALLY gets it. Not much explanation necessary, I think he had a good high school physics teacher. Super solid, the only struggles we had were with geometry. After a bit of practicing using vectors, he was able to come up with a means for solving even the most difficult problems. We then discussed multivariable functions for his calculus class. They have just started covering this topic, so a lot of this section dealt with visualizing different functions. He is the king of visualizing problems, so he finished all of these problems with ease.
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Physics Tutoring review by Ahmad in Bloomington, MN
Today we covered angular motion. We learned that moment of inertia angular velocity, torque, angular acceleration, angular displacement are analogous to mass, velocity, force, acceleration, and displacement, respectively. We also learned about the formulas for torque. Torque equals to force times distance times the sine of the angle. Torque also equals to moment of inertia times angular acceleration. Moment of inertia equals mass times radius squared. We also learned sine, cosine, and tangent of an angle. Sine of an angle is opposite divided by hypotenuse. Cosine of an angle is adjacent side near angle over hypotenuse. Tangent is opposite over adjacent side. Hypotenuse is opposite to right angle in a right triangle. Student was eager to learn the material.
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Physics Tutoring review by Cara in Bloomington, MN
We covered electric field potential and electric field and electric potential due to a point charge. We also discussed the unit's electron volts in comparison to Joules in terms of work done due to an electric field.
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Physics Tutoring review by Shirin in Bloomington, MN
Today we covered conservation of energy. Next, we started a new chapter on momentum; we covered the fundamental concepts of momentum and discussed the law of conservation of momentum.
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Physics Tutoring review by David in Bloomington, MN
We used Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws to set up simultaneous equations for the unknown currents in a battery-resistor network. We entered the resulting current coefficients into a matrix solver and found the currents. These problems are quite lengthy, especially for someone learning them for the first time. I believe the student gained quite a bit of skill here and could do well on an exam if she practices a few more. We calculated magnetic flux through a loop due to a constant magnetic field and due to a wire placed in varying orientations to the loop. We introduced Lenz's Law and practiced applying it in a few special situations. She needs to work on reading comprehension so that she understands what a problem is asking before she starts it. We worked on this some. We will continue to work on this.
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Physics Tutoring review by Christine in Bloomington, MN
Today we began going through the review problems for the final exam. The student did well with the review of the material including charge, voltage, electric field and capacitance of a capacitor. We also reviewed the current through resistors in RC circuits in equilibrium.
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