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Physiology Tutoring review by Niranjan in Portage, IN
I helped them understand the concept of oxidation numbers, oxidation, and reduction. I gave them fool proof rules for determining the species that undergo oxidation and reduction. Finally, I helped them with acid base stoichiometry.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Matthew in Portage, IN
I introduced the student to Lewis structures, which he will be starting work on in class tomorrow. He had some difficulty grasping it during our session, but I believe that things will click once he has more exposure to it in class and in our next session.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Brian in Portage, IN
I really enjoyed working with the student today! I think the most important thing to take away from today is the fact that you have both areas during heating where temperature increases, and "plateaus" where this does not occur. If he wants to calculate the amount of energy when heating from temperature a to temperature b, he should remember that (1) the heat of phase changes needs to be considered and (2) that each phase has a different heat capacity. For phase changes, calculating the heat of fusion or vaporization means multiplying the mass of the substance by the heat of vaporization/fusion per mole. Calculating energy from heat capacity is a topic that he is very good at!
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Physiology Tutoring review by Justin in Portage, IN
I refreshed methods for success, encouraging the use of organizational tools and getting ahead. We covered chapter 5.1-5.2 thoroughly. We then walked through 5.3-5.6 to set up for homework and good time management. We also discussed completing chapter 5 by Tuesday with little residual homework on the chapter. As well as being ready for next Friday's tutoring session with a completed preview of chapter 6.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Matthew in Portage, IN
I reviewed all the material for his midterm on Friday: normal and sheer face stress, Hooke's law and strain, and deflection (thermal and axial, and determining boundary conditions). She was very confident with calculating out of plane strain as well as composite axial deflection. We struggled with a hole sizing problem, because we needed to rely on a chart and recursively solve the problem until the answer converged.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Jeremy in Portage, IN
I started the tutoring session by asking the student where he was in his classes. He told me they were still working in 1-D motion and that he was having trouble finding the right equation to use to start the problem, but once he figured that part out, he did not have any issues. My response was to try a challenging 1-D problem. This challenging problem required us to work on understanding the problem graphically, and using the 4 standard kinematic equations to work with and solve a system with three unknowns. I would never expect him to encounter a problem with more than two unknowns, so it is my hope that working through this would make those look easy by comparison. He agreed to try to rework this problem on his own at some point before next Monday.
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