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Physics Tutoring review by Krista in Fountain Valley, CA
The student and I continued to review the Chapter 18 material. He has a test over this material next week and he wanted to review the vocab that would be on the test. We made a study sheet with the important words in the chapter and their meaning. Since several words were very similar, we discussed the differences between the meanings. We also worked on some speed graphs. The plan is to continue to work on Chapter 18 stuff during the next session and then focus on covering the information that will be on the midterm.
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Physics Tutoring review by David in Fountain Valley, CA
We discussed the qualitative aspects of rotational motion. We discussed the difference between rotating and revolution, and between centripetal and centrifugal force. We also did some quantitative problems to calculate the centripetal force.
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Physics Tutoring review by James in Fountain Valley, CA
The student and I covered the universal law of gravitation, focusing primarily on Kepler's third law and the Newtonian rewrite of said law. We did practice problems from the book in preparation for his upcoming chapter test.
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Physics Tutoring review by Christopher in Fountain Valley, CA
Fluid Dynamics: continuity equation for velocity versus area for steady-state mass flow of incompressible fluids. Derivation of Bernoulli's equation for fluid flow in pipes to account for variations in pressure.
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Physics Tutoring review by Santiago in Fountain Valley, CA
Physics: Forces, accelerations, masses, velocities. We used concepts involving Newton's second law to discuss a lab he performed in class involving an elevator. He stood on a scale, which recorded his weight throughout the motion of the elevator. The student made free body diagrams at different stages of the motion, and we quantified the acceleration and discussed the apparent weight recorded. Geometry: We went over trapezoids, medians of trapezoids, isosceles trapezoids. We went over a few problems involving those concepts, which were straight forward and he had no problem at all understanding.
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Physics Tutoring review by Padraic in Fountain Valley, CA
During our first session since the student returned to school, we talked about various different concepts from her new astrophysics course. We covered scenarios of hypothetical views from the earth and moon during different phases, retrograde motion and rotation, parallax, why days get shorter and longer to extremes at the earth's poles, and ended with some numerical problems concerning Kepler's third law. We calculated the semi major axis of various bodies given their period, and also answered some conceptual questions involving Kepler's second law, which I explained as the fact that a planet in elliptical orbit sweeps out equal area in equal time. She understood all of the material we reviewed very well, using knowledge of Kepler's laws and other principles to correctly answer questions on planet speed or where in a planet's orbit it spends the most time in a given revolution.
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