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Sammamish, WA Physiology tutoring
We did a full-length chapter 5 review. We covered metabolism, energy of a cell, the fluid mosaic model, enzymes, types of inhibition, endocytosis, exocytosis, how membrane proteins regulate transport across the cellular membrane, types of transport, phosphorylation, feedback inhibition, and the laws of thermodynamics. I assessed the student's understanding by having her take 2 online quizzes. Then, I asked her questions and assessed her oral responses. She did very well throughout the review and when answering the questions. I am creating a test for her to take during our study session on Sunday. I told her she needs to watch two videos her teacher posted online prior to our final review for chapter 5.
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We did a lot more work with electrochemistry. We looked at conversions of amperes and how to use some of the constants appropriately. The student was attentive and focused for a majority of the session. We went through many problems that were similar to build his confidence and gain some clarity on subtle differences between questions. It went very well.
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Sammamish, WA Physiology tutoring
We did a problem set that focused on universal gravitation and Kepler's Laws. We directly applied the formula for the force of universal gravitation a few times, and noted that both objects will rotate about the center of mass of the system. In a few, we had to calculate the centripetal acceleration for one of the objects rotating, noting that the radius we use will be the distance between the object and the center of mass of the system. We spent the last part of the session on problems using one of Kepler's Laws, specifically T=2*pi*sqrt(R^3/GM). We had to look up values in a table and then calculate either the mass of our planet/star or its period based on the information we were given and through manipulation of the equation. We paid special attention to unit conversion, especially given that the units we were provided with were often squared or cubed.
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We did a thorough work through of sigma, pi, and hybridization in bonding. We discussed the relationship between VSEPR and hybridization. (Tetrahedral equals SP3). Secondly, we talked about intermolecular forces. We ordered them strongest to weakest (Ion to ion; Ion to dipole; hydrogen bonding; dipole to dipole; Van der Waals forces). We worked on remembering that dipole is inscribed with a lowercase delta and happens in polar covalent bonds and that Van der Waals forces is the minuscule polarity found in non-polar covalent bonds. Finally, we did a brief overview of the three steps to mistake free conversions. One. What do you have? Two. Where are you going? Three. Establish relationship. Fantastic work!
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Sammamish, WA Physiology tutoring
We did a very long problem on the Clausius-Clapeyron equation tied in with Raoult's law, some problems in unit cells, and osmotic pressure. I showed her how to use the box method to keep track of the units.
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Sammamish, WA Physiology tutoring
We did a very long session on a variety of topics. We began with significant figures, which the student took to quickly. After this, we went through a review packet and covered a variety of topics since he had missed a few days of school last week.
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