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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We covered acids/base reactions which included calculating pH/pOH, concentrations of H+ and OH-, and Ka/Kb. After learning how to do them, he did not struggle with them. He was able to do all of the calculations.
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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We reviewed multiple rotational kinematic problems. The student has a solid conceptual and quantitative grasp of problem solving and stated that the session was very helpful.
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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
In algebra the student has moved from sines and cosines to tangents. We talked about how the tangent is just the sine divided by the cosine so if he remembers the values for sine and cosine that he just learned he should have no problem figuring out tangents. He practiced filling out the major angles with their sines and cosines on a unit circle and he got them all right. I showed him a little bit about the graph of the tangent but he hasn't got to that in class yet. He has an assignment on graphs of sines and cosines that he is working on but he understands all the concepts for it, it's just a bunch of problems to sit down and work through. We then moved on to chemistry. He will be starting a unit introducing thermodynamics next so I talked a bit about some overviews of what that will mean. Next week his class will have started doing this section so he'll have more of an idea of what he needs to know. After this we talked through some topics from earlier in the chemistry class. I wanted to go over anything he felt unsure of. We talked about ionic bonds and what that meant at an atomic level, and then discussed other types of atomic bonds.
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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
The student and I worked on a previous year's AP biology examination today. The new format of the exam seems to frustrate her, since it requires much more critical analysis within a time constraint. She is able to meet the time constraint but must be able to speed up a bit. In terms of accuracy, I advised her several test-taking strategies including guessing on difficult questions to improve her speed and accuracy.
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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today the student and I finished reviewing transcription and focused on translation and mutations. We started by refreshing with replication, which the student did great on, then moved on to transcription, which she had a bit more trouble with, and then finally translation, which was almost all new material. As usual, the student had her go-getter attitude and was determined to learn the material. And by the end of the session after I had asked her over a dozen questions, it was clear she had a solid grasp on the material. I made a chart for her that went over the mutations and told her to continue to go through that chart. There was also one big diagram in her textbook that I told her to review, since it encapsulated all of the topics in one picture. Finally, I told her to answer the key concept questions that we were unable to get to, and then take the chapter practice exam at the end of the chapter. The student had very detailed notes, but we spent more time this session discussing concepts, rather than reading notes. Only wins from this session.
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Washington, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We covered hemoglobin and myoglobin, the Bohr effect, BPG effect on oxygen binding capacity, effects of pH and partial pressure, and the differences between hemoglobin and myoglobin.
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