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Science Tutoring review by Tiffany in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through an art history worksheet that he was assigned in his world history class. We discussed the various contrasting points between medieval and renaissance artwork, Ptolemy and Copernicus, and Vesalius and human anatomy. We also reviewed the student's upcoming speech for his English class.
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Science Tutoring review by Samantha in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through her chemistry homework, focusing on naming and determining chemical formulas of ionic compounds. At first, she was confused about the use of parentheses and polyatomic ions; however, with explanation and practice, she was confident in writing down ionic compound formulas containing polyatomic ions. Once she completely memorizes her teacher's list of polyatomic ions (name and formula), answering these types of questions will be even quicker and easier. Also, she must remind herself to include a Roman numeral when naming an ionic compound containing a transition metal.
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Science Tutoring review by Jessica in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through her homework problems today, which consisted of practice using non-parametric tests. We discussed the sign test, the Mann-Whitney U test, and the Kruskal-Wallis test. None of these tests are particularly difficult, which she agreed with. There are a lot of steps involved, and interpretation of the final results can be tricky, so we were sure to go over null vs. alternative hypotheses and when to reject the null based on critical values for each test. She took good notes for each one so that she will be able to replicate the results when asked to do so for the test next week.
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Science Tutoring review by Benjamin in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through his 2nd exam in this session. We covered molecular orbitals, bonding, and geometric structure of molecules. He understands a lot. This prevents him from being able to logically break down a complex question into smaller pieces. To try to remedy this, I used some visual examples to show how we can logically walk through each step in a simpler way. After each concept that we went over, he fully understood the concept!
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Science Tutoring review by Griffin in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through his cumulative packet for his test on Friday. He has a good overall knowledge of the material, but will need to practice more to reduce mistakes. Tomorrow, he should focus on his quiz materials for Tuesday, and we will continue the review for Friday.
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Science Tutoring review by Charles in Lehi, UT
The student and I worked through problems dealing with Newton's Second Law, kinematics, friction forces, inclines and forces associated with motion down an incline, tension forces, pulley systems and Newton's Second Law applied to pulleys, systems of masses and their combined acceleration, free body diagrams, and how to approach these types of problems in general, but especially on quizzes and tests. A focus was also on choosing a coordinate system (reference axes) early on in the problem set-ups, as well as keeping an eye on the "signs" of the force and acceleration vectors in the motion problems.
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