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Physiology Tutoring review by Shin in Worcester, MA
During today's session, the student and I first studied combustion reactions and what elements organic compounds normally consist of. I showed her the generic formula for a combustion reaction, and I also gave her some tips on how to balance them. She and I then reviewed many of the stoichiometry concepts we covered during our last session. We studied limiting and excess reagents, molar mass, atomic mass, and percent yields. To help prepare her for her test this Friday, I worked through numerous combustion and stoichiometry questions with her to ensure that she understands how to solve them.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Victor in Worcester, MA
Today the student and I worked on density, unit conversion, scientific units, sig fig, and pudding theory. She knows the material. I covered some basic calculation skill to solve chemistry calculating problems.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Melissa in Worcester, MA
We covered dimensional analysis and significant figures, including many examples from 3-4 of the student's labs. Other topics covered were specific questions about certain labs, which she was able to figure out with only a small bit of guidance. She seemed to understand significant figures much better at the end of the session, particularly as they are used in calculations.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Nathan in Worcester, MA
We spent most of the time on unit conversions and Avogadro's number, which will be on his quiz tomorrow. He has the general idea down but needs to keep track of details better. The quiz also covers significant figures, which he understands well.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Max in Worcester, MA
For our session today, the student and I continued our reviewing problems and concepts for his exam tomorrow on gas laws and stoichiometry. As promised, we worked through several longer, multistep problems to elucidate sticky spots where he tends to get stuck. I noted that several of the mathematical errors he was routinely making were due to the notation that his teacher uses in class notes. I encouraged him to try using a classic dimensional analysis to keep units correct and make sure that he uses the proper operation (multiplication or division) when changing units. The problems we worked on had a heavy emphasis on using stoichiometry, which I also noticed as a weak point. I highlighted multiple times how to use the information in a balanced reaction to make conclusions about the relative amount of products created and reactants consumed. I feel that he had at least a somewhat improved understanding of how to apply those concepts by the end of the session. We wrapped up with a couple final questions he had about ideal vs non-ideal gas behavior, and the characteristics of gas species that characterize them as one or the other. I will also be sending along some extra practice problems to the student from a relevant section in a textbook I have to supplement his studies tonight.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Justin in Worcester, MA
Today, we reviewed material from the pre-requisite course (statics). In doing this review, I was able to realize that the student has a relatively thorough grasp of the necessary fundamental concepts. After this review, I introduced him to concepts including axial stress, axial strain, shear stress, and shear strain. We worked some example problems involving the derivation of axial forces, shear forces, and bending moments as well as their respective graphs, given a loaded beams of varying support types. He was quick to pick up on topics and was actively involved in the learning process throughout the entire session. In fact, he does not need much instruction regarding the mathematics and physics involved in engineering. Instead, he benefits more from instruction regarding ways to think about and break down engineering problems. This is an ability that takes time and practice and is fundamental to a good engineering education. This student is well on his way!
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