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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
This session went well. We went over the content of the reference tables then started looking at a practice regent.
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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
We started with physics and ended with a review of some math foundations. We will start with math and end with trig functions and such tomorrow. The student is putting the basic concepts together and just needs extra practice at this point.
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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
During this session we reviewed the concepts we just learned about springs and Hooke's law. We then proceeded to learn about dot products and how they are essential in calculations such as work. We concluded this session discussing how work being done on a system results in a change of the systems energy.
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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
The student and I worked on the end of the chapter problems for the chapter on harmonic oscillation and simple harmonic motion. We solved problems involving spring constants, pendulums, frequency, period, Young's modulus, deformation angular velocity and acceleration, and energy of harmonic motion.
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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
Went over the student's 3rd test that he had taken previously in class, reviewed some of the principles and applications of momentum, conservation of energy, rotational kinematics, and rotational energy. Then went on to work problems from the book regarding gravitation, forces (specifically tension) and simple harmonic motion.
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Miami, FL Physics tutoring
The student scored a 77 with an class average of 50 on her latest exam. She is happy about that. Today, Chap 33, 34, and 35, beginning with image reflection with mirrors - plate, convex, and concave, real and virtual images, focal point, image scale, and inversion, and distance. And light refraction, diffraction, and reflection with thin lenses, covering convex (converging) and concave (diverging) lenses, and slit experiments with interference, constructive and destructive, patterns on a screen. Worked check points and problems examples in the text.
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