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Private In-Home and Online Physics Tutoring in Johns Creek, GA

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Physics is a branch of science that focuses on topics like magnetic forces, electromagnetic waves, and how matter and energy are related. If you're interested in finding help to understand topics like the major laws of physics, Varsity Tutors could help you connect with a physics tutor in Johns Creek, GA, who could potentially help with understanding the concepts of physics.

 You'll likely cover the major laws of physics, including Newton's Laws of Motion, the laws of thermodynamics, and electrostatic laws, including Coulomb's Law and Gauss' Law. These can be complicated. With focused attention from a tutor who has understood physics and its challenges, you may see big changes in how well you understand your physics lectures and complete your assignments. Our educational directors will find an physics tutor for you in Johns Creek by getting to know you and your goals and your needs.

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Physics Tutoring review by Alexandria in Johns Creek, GA
Today's session covered chapter 6 and further detailed the work and energy equations and the various substitutions that can be made with regards to them. We practiced algebraically solving for the required variables by beginning with work and energy equations and substituting in known equations for the variables. The student was able to diagram, create equations based on the given information, and solve for the required variables easily by the time our lesson was concluded. She worked very hard at completing the problems and understanding why the equations can be manipulated with substitutions.
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Physics Tutoring review by Lee in Johns Creek, GA
Today we had an extra session because the student's finals are next week. Her teacher gave them assignments for the first 6 chapters of the book (what is covered on the final). We worked through half of the assignments, and she's going to try the rest on her own and shore up some questions on Wednesday.
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Physics Tutoring review by Kathleen in Johns Creek, GA
We started today with a discussion of moods and tenses in Spanish, as the student had some thoughtful questions about those concepts and an upcoming exam. I left her with recommendations for studying. Most of the session was spent on impulse and momentum problems to review for tomorrow's physics test and Friday's physics final. She is starting to integrate concepts from different units into single problems, and was really on top of her game with her math skills today. I recommended that she re-do the problems we did together for extra practice. We also talked about strategies for checking work and organizing her work as she works through a complicated problem so that she can keep track of her steps.
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Physics Tutoring review by Brandon in Johns Creek, GA
We went over the student's trigonometry work briefly involving inverse trig functions, and then moved onto a review of material for the student's upcoming physics test. We mostly went over force diagrams (free-body diagrams) and position/velocity/acceleration diagrams. We also went over F=ma and how to determine whether or not there's a force acting on an object. We also went over how to break down force diagrams into components of X and Y to find the net force.
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Physics Tutoring review by Orkhan in Johns Creek, GA
The student wanted me to go over exam topics for his physics test on Tuesday. We covered work, momentum, impulse, kinetic energy and potential energy. He had trouble with an elastic collision problem, where two blocks collide and move in opposite direction and a problem on impact at an angle. We were able to clear up misunderstandings on those two particular topics. He also wanted an explanation for these two equations: J=mv=F(change in t) and W=Fd=(1/2) mv^2. For both examples, I explained the equalities in terms of units and conceptual similarities, that allow these two quantities expressed in more than one way or equation. I also went over why kinetic energy is not conserved during inelastic collision but impulse is, and the student was clear on the topic
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Physics Tutoring review by Steven in Johns Creek, GA
Today, the student and I reviewed two-dimensional projectile motion, and worked another problem involving it. He has some challenges picking up the material. But, with practice, I think some things are starting to fall into place. I will send him some practice problems to work on the weekend, which we can review at the start of our next session.
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