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During our session, we went into detail about concepts regarding nuclear reactions. These included alpha decay, beta decay, positron emission, and gamma emission. We then used these concepts to solve for problems where nuclei decayed due to nuclear instability (which, we discussed, is when a nucleus does not have 1:1 proton to neutron ratio). Finally, we talked about half-lives, and we did some practice problems with those as well. The student did quite well with these problems, and I sometimes mixed up certain aspects (like masses and charges of certain particles) to ensure he understood the material.
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Today, we went over any questions that the student had on her test today, as well as reviewed chapter 16,17,18,19 free response questions. Some of the student's test problems were questions we have done before. For example, "Someone yells into a canyon and hears an echo back in x seconds. How long is the canyon?" So for today, I emphasized drawing a picture to understand what is happening physically. Once she drew the picture, the answer became obvious to her.
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Went over all of the subjects for his benchmark #2 examination. This included chemical reactions, stoichiometry, acids/ bases, mixtures, intermolecular forces, phase diagrams, solubility curves, and gas laws.
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During this session I continued to work with the student on her science final exam. We covered the following subjects: earthquakes, seismographs, volcanos, the ring of fire, weathering and erosion. During the next session we will continue to study for the final exam.
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The student did problems from chapters 3, 4, and 5 of his physics textbook, and had a couple of questions on them, so we started by looking at those. They involved finding the sum of vectors using Pythagorean theorem and trigonometric functions. We then moved into more practice problems in chapters 3 and 4. This involved practice with the concepts of x and y vector components, the equations of projectile motion, and F=ma. We particularly analyzed a problem in which we had to determine forces on blocks moving together, of different masses. He stayed concentrated throughout, and gained some mastery of the concepts. I assigned him practice physics problems from chapter 3 for our next lesson, on Wednesday. It's important for him to get more practice using vectors, as they will appear on his upcoming assessment exams both in physics and geometry.
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At the start of our session today, the student reported that he had some good success with the practice problems on previous topics that we had covered. That's very encouraging and good to know that once he's able to practice, he catches on quick. The goal from now on will be to have him drill himself as much as possible between our sessions so that he's able to really solidify what he learns in our sessions. Today's was focused on specifics of ionic compounds and how they are able to dissolve into solutions. We briefly talked about the differences between different types of mixtures, and focusing on solutions, the differences between electrolyte vs nonelectrolyte, and strong vs weak electrolytes. We then spent some time practicing writing out molecular, total ionic, and net ionic equations. I touched on the ideas of solubility. Our last half hour or so I decided to jump into explaining concentration, specifically molarity. We were able to complete a few practice questions involving both calculating molarity of a solution from the mass of solute, as well as the basics of dilution (using a certain volume of high concentration solution to produce a certain volume and concentration of lower concentration solution). I'm hoping that when the student continues his practice between now and tomorrow, he will either have some more questions that will allow me to elaborate, or he'll be confident enough to move on to new topics. Overall, very productive and enjoyable session.
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