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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
Today was my first day working with the student and it went really well. She was studying for a test that she has tomorrow on projectile motion. She picks up on everything really quickly. Once I showed her how to do something, she knew how to do it in every problem going forward. This evening, she completed her review sheet for the test. We talked about the difference between the horizontal and vertical components of the projectile velocities. Overall, this session went really well and I really look forward to working with the student every week. We will continue to work together on Sunday evenings.
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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
During this session, we went over the student's physics exam, which was an accumulation of modern physics, forces, work/energy, etc. We then looked at force questions. Overall, this session went well.
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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
The student worked on a lab report, particularly the calculations and the graph. She ran the lab in class, and it involved a spring, a cart and measuring how far the cart travels given a certain compression on the spring it is attached to. She used the data from how far the cart traveled down an incline to derive information about the vertical displacement and, as a result, information about the gravitational potential energy. This involved calculating the force due to gravity on the cart. This new unit is putting together concepts from throughout the year, such as energy and summation of forces, and she seems to be doing very well. She is diligent in her lab-report writing and her calculations.
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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
The student and I focused on physics. We went through problems in Chapter 3.2 about accelerated motion. I tried to break it down so that he was aware of how to obtain all of the variables and how to choose the correct equation. I'm trying to ensure that he does more of the work and relies less on me for setting up the problems. We will continue this on Tuesday.
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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
The student and I had a good session. He has his finals this week, so we did a massive review over the material from this semester. We spent most of our time talking about the material from the first part of the semester because that was the most rusty of the things he's learned. Overall, he's doing a good job with the material. In order to finish preparing he should go back through some old homework assignments, and rework those problems to refresh how they were worked. Good luck!
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Broomfield, CO Physics tutoring
The student and I prepared for her exam tomorrow. We discussed angular momentum and its conservation mostly. Like before, she asked me the rarer, more conceptual questions of what these things mean. This is great! Then we attempted a practice problem from her class, and three questions I made up. She was successful in answering everything I asked. Then we briefly looked at conservation of linear momentum. She answered those questions without much trouble either. She is in good shape for her exam. I want to encourage her to start getting used to writing expressions symbolically, instead of calculating every intermediate value. That takes time, and to be competitive, she has to be able to do her calculations quickly. That being said, she is quick to pick up new concepts, so I think that will come with practice. Good luck with the exam!
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