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Receive personally tailored Physics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can Physics tutoring help you?

Physics is a branch of science that involves experiments, mathematical analysis, and measurements. It seeks to discover quantitative physical laws for everything that exists in this universe. You can look around and see many technological inventions that resulted from physics discoveries, such as the television and radio. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to understand physics, and there is no shortcut. Private physics tutoring give you the extra assistance you need to gain a thorough understanding of physics and its concepts.

To connect with physics tutors in Castle Rock, CO, call the educational directors at Varsity Tutors. You could have the opportunity to learn from physics experts with real world experience, who can explain the concepts with that background, thus making it easier for you to comprehend the material.

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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
During this session we completed the free-body diagram worksheet which brought the student up to speed on what the class is currently working on. We spent the remainder of the session working on a current homework involving friction in which we were able to complete half of the worksheet. The student was able to solve each question with some assistance. Finally we briefly reviewed some of the free-fall concepts for his upcoming make-up physics exam.
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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
We reviewed kinematics and frictional forces. The student does well with the math and is able to breakdown vectors into their component vectors. The student's struggle is with the concepts. However, at the end of the session he seemed more capable of setting up the problems and applying the correct equations.
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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
Today we discussed different relationships between mechanical work. Firstly, we went over problems and questions the student had on the concepts of work and kinetic energy, focusing particularly on the work-kinetic energy theorem. We looked at the mechanical energy of systems, including the components of kinetic and potential energies. As part of this discussion we briefly looked at conservative forces and reviewed the distinction of such a force, trying to focus on giving real-world, tangible examples in order for the student to gain a strong grasp on the physical processes.
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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
The student had a test in the morning in algebra 2 so we spent about half of the session working on her review. The test is mainly over the imaginary number and I see her main problem with math is that she just tries to memorize the steps. However, she is a good listener and is really trying to understand. Her physics homework was mainly over the unit circle and torque. I sensed that her teacher hadn't been able to explain it very well. I tried but I think she might need a better foundation of the math to get the physics better.
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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
The student and I covered the physics concept of an object being thrown from a cliff, including principles of acceleration and constant horizontal motion. We also covered subjects related to his upcoming test, specifically position-time graphs and vertical net force.
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Castle Rock, CO Physics tutoring
During this session we primarily covered nuclear chemistry. We looked at beta decay. We discussed how to find the new nucleus knowing the previous one and the previous nucleus knowing the new one. We also looked at the energy released in decay and how to find it. We then discussed half-life and how to find it and the decay constant. After this, we spent a little bit of time going over an old midterm. We looked at a couple of problems and discussed where they had gone wrong. Then we talked briefly on test taking strategies.
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